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CHICAGO, FUIDAY, SEPTEMKER 19, 1913. 



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THOUGUT IT WAS NO START 

FIVE JOCKEYS PULL UP THEIK MOUNTS AT 
BEGINNING OF RACE AT LEXINGTON. 

Starter Gives Word to Go and Bystander Mixes 
Ttiinirs Up t)y Shouting Order to Contrary — 
Gowell Is Winner Over Kleburne. 



I.<'xiiiKti>ii. Ky.. Sfiiti'inliiT IS. — A must unusual 
infideiil attemlud the <(|H*uiaf; race at the Keulueky 
.Xssiaialiuii couisc this afteriiHiii. Just as starter 
Harry .Morrissey ri'leased the UirritT and sliouted 
•■('oiiie <m.” somi' unknown person in tlie ttroup ol 
incti and Isiys wlio were sit tin;; u|miu and standin;; tiy 
the outer I'enee of tlu‘ tra«-k at the si\ i'lirlonss 
starting ls>st exelaimed loudl.y "Xo. uo. no. pull 
up. pull up.” The riders of live of thi' nine iioises 
lieedt'd the eall of the exeiteil |ierson. while the olln i 
four. Ethelda. I'.illy Rarnes. Lalndd and .Vilen 
lSrida<’U ater. riiced (iu and linished in the order 
named. The heavil.v hneked favorite. Itus.v, on 

xvhieh Goose had the mount, was one of the tirst to 
pull u|t. His eonueetions re;;ardrMl him as a K‘«>d 
thint;. proviiled he would not break down, aiid tlie> 
had a larse waser on him away from the Iraek. The 
hors«‘s were in perfeet ali;;nnient when siarter Mor- 
rissey s|)ruu;; the harrier and it was a sotal start. 
'I he starter was not res|ionsilde for what hap|«‘iied 
after In' released the tape. The jud;;es ^;ave in- 
struetions to the pidice to arrest aii.v man who in 
future iniKht m.ike remarks or shout aloud within 
the hearin.a of the jis-keys when at the iiost. The 
jM'ople in the ;;randstaud were in doubt as to whether 
or not it rvas a start until starter .Morrissey eaine 
aeross the intield to the jud;;«>s‘ stand and reiiorted 
what had haiipeiied. The faet that the timer's tiag 
was not dro|)pisl by the <-onfused individual who 
liandles the liiintiiiK ereated the most doubt in tlie 
minds of the spectators. There was no demonstra- 
tien alxsit the judges' stand. The |«-o|de sism knew 
that it was one of tini.st' nneontroilable thin;;s that 
will every now and then hu|i|ieii lu raein.tf. 

•lolni Giiud. eonsiderr'd b.v man.y the most prolrable 
winiier of the day. had all In- eouhl do to Imat 
l|e|Misit a nose. The latter was ridden by jiakey 
Kei-ali. .inst baek from .Mexico, and lie r sle a Kood 
rae«‘. The favorite. Galle.v Slave, riilden by .Shelby 
T. Harbison, Jr., was iniieh the best, and won the 
p'lil leiiieirs Clip rai-e easily, with Royal .Vnils'r. I he 
^••s'oud choice, mounted liy Sidl.v Van .Meter, p'ttlnp 
^second iiltice after liaviiiK Iwen btiui|ied into at the 
eliiblioiise turn b.v Hap|>y .Vpril. This was the fourth 
ettp won this year b.v .vouin; Harbison. The ladies 
flocked to the paddiM-k to sei' the youiiK men luouiit 
their horses under the trees. 

Sosiiis, from the Jeff Livingston stable, wiai the 
two-year old handii tip ipiite handily from E. R. P>rad- 
ley's Rac, the favorite.. Klebtirne was considerisl 
a Riiod thin;; for the race at one mile atid a six- 
teenth, but Gowell. under improved handliti);, wore 
him down throii;;h the stretch and la-at him b.v a neck. 
.Merrick, raciii;; in front all the way. added another 
to his loiiK string of vietorh-s when he drove iKUiie 
half a lenKth in front of (Tisco and Hiali Private 
iu the sixth race. The latter had a rotiali trip. 

.Marshon. lakin;; the lead iti the stretch, handily 
won the c-losiiiK race from L. H. .Vdair. which came 
from far back and ran past the fast tirin;; Rarnard. 
The favorite, Katrine, tireil while eoiiiin;; up the 
hill. 

'nie weather was clear and warm and the track 
pood this aftcrinMiii. The atlendaiiee was apaiii larpe 
aial the bettinp was the heaviest of the seven da.vs. 
There is now no doiiht alMiiit the tinaneial success 
of the meetinp. tlverton H. nieiiaiilt. a metnher of 
the executive comuiittee. said this afteriKsm that 
he will vot<> to pive no ptirse »f less than ^109 value 
next s|iriiip. 

Lee .1. Kitip, who iMtiplM four yearlinps at the 
sale last nipht. is from P(oo de Janeiro, and is a 
meiiiber of the Rra/.ilian Jm-key Club. He expects 
to buy a larload of yottnp thorouphbreds and send 
thetii to Rrazil to carry his colors. He says that 
racitip in the pn-at South .Vinericau reiiublic is 
iinprovinp. 

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of the l.ivinpston horses, will ship one carload in 
the morninp and the rest of the stable will lie sent 
tomorrow niplit. Trainer Goldbl.itt said t'Hla.v that 
Koniidation will be a starter in the Doiiplas Park 
Inanpiiral tiandi<-ap on Ttiesiia.v next. 

Gene IJrod will run his nsital speei.il train to 
Lotiisviile iminediately followiiip the close of the 
lacinp here. 

James Usborne. who started diiriiep the seventy- 
cipht days of racinp on the Northwest Canada 
eonrscs this season, arrived t'ala.v and will resume 
his old position of cliief assistant to starter Cassidy 
diirinp tlo' noetinps at Houplas Park. Churehill 
Howiis and Latoida. 

J. \V. Mav and Louis Tauber will ship their horses 
to laaiisvilie on Saturdti.v. The bulk of the horses 
here intcndeil for racinp at Itouplas Park and 
Churchill liowns xvill po to Louisville on Sunda.v. 

.'stake blanks for the Saratopa Grab Rap Handi- 
ea-' for t wo-year-c.Ms. .'<.''iP snliscrii)tion and .it.Ht adili- 
tional to start, all to po to tlm winner, were dis- 
tributed anionp tlie lae-semen this afteruiain. Nomi- 
nations '.vill close October 15. 

'I'lie followinp’ were amoiip the best work-outs 
thjs morninp over a slow track; 

Peautiful — Two miles in 

Ih'ttie Sin.' — Half mile in ."•2%. 

P.lp Sidrit 'Three-ciphths in .'isa:. 

Chaiiticlor — Five-i'iplit hs in 1:<I4%. 

1 K'stino-— Five-eiphths in 1 :P.">a;. 

lir. Samuel Tliree ciplnhs lu o7-^-.. 

Foundation — Seven-eiphtlis in 1 

Guide Post— Three ipiarters in l:2ti. 

Harry Lauibf Thrce-eipliths iu :19. 

K' ll.v- -Three-eiphths in .‘19. 

Lc . Skolny — Five-t'iphths in ItOtj'V.. 

.Maptp-t — Three eipbths in 

Vlana'per Mack - .'ll ile in l:4d. 

Si'k I'av Tlifce ipiarters in 1;19. 

Solar Star — Half mile in .52. 

Squir*' P.ill --Five-eipliths in 1 ;i>t{. 

Sun oueeu- Five cipliHis jn 1 ;bp-;i. 

The Reacli Thns -eipliths iu ;;s. 

Watennelon Five-i-iphths in 1:09. 

Vemasee — Tliree eipliths in ott. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

.At Tulsa. Wednesday, jixke.v Finle.v was ruleil 
off tor alleped pullinp of Frank Woi.sien in a race 
that Russell Mi'Gill won b.v a u.tse. Presidinp Judpe 
J. L. Htill declared all Ix'ts off on the raie. 

.Li'k Richardson, trainer for the Red Rud Stable, 
reports the death of the live yea r-old bay mare 
Malrii- Girl, by Tim Pavne -Cbiin, from rhenmatlsm 
at Ri'd P.nd Ranch In .Miss.,nri. some luenly-tive 
miles from K iii'tis City. Trainer Richardson btis at 
the ranch, which is owned liy .Mr. .A1 Voilaiid. the 
live year old Yorkshire Lad Minnie .Vl|dioii.sc horse, 
l•oncaster, the two-year olds Rinp and Isi Florista. 
and four yearlinps by 'The Fnar. which are la-inp 
I'lcparcd for racinp at .liiarcz the coininp winter. 
'The ranch consists of eipht.; acres and its pro- 
prietor is idauuinp to take up the tireediup of 
thorouphbreds. To that eml he will purchase some 
k'ood mares fur uiatiug with l>jucu&ler. 



TRIFLER AN IMPROVED RACER. 



Holltind Horse Repeats His Wiiminp Ferlormatice of 
Few Days Ago in Princeton Selling Stakes. 



Raltiinore, Md., September IS. — .Vs a result of 
rain which fell last uipht, the track at Havre de 
'Irace was heavy this afternoon and the mud runners 
had a chance to shine. Scratches were not as nu- 
iin'rous as expected, and fair-sized tieids went to 
the iMist, but the racinp was tame aud most of the 
winners were tirst home b.v a hip marpiii. The 
hief attraction of the afternoon was the Priucetoti 
.SMlinp Stakes, a six-turloups dash, in which there 
veie seven starters. The race was markt'd by a 
thrilliup linish. as three horsi's were lu'uds apart 
•It tin- end. Marjorie .V., with a two-lengths lead, 
showed the way to the tiiial furlong, where she was 
.oined b.v Tritier aud Hoik'.v Ree. The three fought 
t out hammer and tonps to the tinish. where 'Tritier 
..ot up iu time to win by a short head, with Honey 
.tee lilt' sjime inarpiu iH'fore .Mar’orie .V. *iiis was 
.he third stake for J. L. Holland durinp the mis'tiup 

■ nil the second time that he has won this Week with 
Tritier. 

J. O. 'I'alliott furnished the winner of the handicap 

■ or all apes at oiu' mile and s«'veut.v .yards in Rob 
It. The latter was badly outrun to the far turn, 
then bepan to close aud in the last sixteenth, he 
worktsl his wa.v into the lead aud wou poiup awa.v 
by a length and a half. 

Mars Cassidy, the well-known starter, was among 
those who visit<sl the track tixlay. 

Jocke.v Tommy .Mc'Tappart. brother of Johnny, who 
lias been riding so many winners here, is. due to 
.rrive on Alonday next and will at oms' start" riding. 
Tomin.v lias Ix'eu at Karatopa with the hiK'ses of 
.Viipust Px'lmont. The Relmont stable will leave 
'aratopa shortly, being due to arrive at Laurel S«‘p- 
: ember 20. 

Jix'key Heromh'. attached to tli!' stable of H. '.L 
Pedwell. met with a bad accident iu the l•losinp 
race while riding .Melville. The latter was well up 
with the others in the race at the last furlon.p 
iMisl, when he crossed his legs and fell. Itcroude 
was locked up uncons<-ious and hurried to the hos- 
I'ilal. It is believed that the Itoy is seriously iii- 
jurisl. 

Hugh Peiiiiy tcxlay purchaseil from ('apt. E. R. Cas- 
att the t wo-year-old 'frtip, a brother to Spring 
Roard. 

Johun.v Mc'Ta.ppart added two more' winners to his 
credit when he scored with Vcuphcc and Tritier. 

Rill Parr took the last two purses with Littl" 
Muph and Garth. The last named was bid up .'JJiio 
b.v !<. .V. Clopton. 

Recent wiiksiiits of horses iu training here were 
as fidlows; 

.Vdams Expri's.s — Fivc-i'iphths iu 1:01. 

.Vmhurst- Half mile in .lIs-,. 

.Vpplauder— Five-i'ipiitlis iu 1:01. 

.Vrih'louMile in 1:1.}^,. 

Rob R. -S'vcn-eiphtlis in HTItx. 

Roifider- .Mile in 1:10. 

Cadeau — Three-nuarti'rs in 1:10. 

Cleopatra- Five-e'iph Ills in ItOJiif,. 

Clinton Mill' iu 1 :4.'>v.-,. 

Colonel Cook Se'ven eighths in 1:31. 

Coming CeKiii — Fivi'-eightlis in liOO^i. 

Itorlon — ^'Tliri'<'-i|uarti'rs in 1;17A,. 

Gainer — ’Three-i|uart<'rs in 1:1.5%. 

Geiiesta —Half mile in ,51. 

Hurakan— I ive-eiphths in 1:01%. 

Irish Roy — Half mile iti .51 '■%. 

J. H. Honphtien 'Threi'-eiphths iti 35 '75. 

Kate K.— Tiiree-eiuarti'is in l:2l. 

Isihore' — Halt mile in .53. 

Lamb's Tail — 'Thres'-iiuarters iti 1:1S. 

Little' Hugh — Seven eighths in 1:33'%,. 

.Maid .Mohawk- -Half mile iu .50%,. 

Mary VVarri'ii -Half mile in 49%,. 

Mater -'Thri'e'-i|uarte'rs in 1:19. 

.Mimliiiette' — 'Tiire'e'-ipiarte'rs iu 1:17%,. 

.Miss Rrtish — 'Tlire'c-iiuarters iu 1;1S. 

.Mollie S - .Mill' iti Ills. 

.Monmouth Tliree-i|uarte‘rs iu l:17'-t;,. 

.Montcalm — Fivi'-i'ighths in l:ei;:%,. 

.Moiitri'sor — Five-eiplitii.s in 1 :0L 

Nonpari'i! — Mile* in 1:40. 

.eotiu ie'l.v — Five-e ight hs in 1:03. 

Olil Crow — Five-e'iphths in 1:0.5. 

Duma- Five'-e'ipliths in 1:03%,. 

Grotnud — Five-eighths in l:ei3. • 

Piiaraoh — 'Three-epiarte'rs in 1:18. 

ITince .Ahme-d — Five- eighths in 1:0.'!. 

Progressive'- Three'-epiarters in 1:1.515. 

Ray o’ Light— Half mile in .50. 

Ri'dpath - Thri'e-eiphths in .'!0. 

Riphte'asy — Five'-e'iphths iti 1 :0'2'-ls. 

Ropi'r Goriloii — Five-i-iphths in 1 :(Mi. 

Royal Mi'ssape* — Five-eighths in 1:04. 

Satyr -Tlire'i'-e-iphlhs in 37. 

Scarsdale — Five-eighths in LOttgf.. 

.Se'l»ipo--'Thre'e iiuarti'i's in 1:10—,, 

Silve'r Dime'- -Five-eighths iu 1:05. 

Sir .Vlvesi-ot Mile in 1:49. 

Sir itenrah -Five' eighths in 1:03%,. 

Sprite- — Five-eighths in 1:02%. 

Sti'Ulor- -.Si.ven-i'ighths in 1;2SV,. 

Stonehenge' — Five eighths in 1 ;(Hj. 

.stri'iineeii, — .Mile' in 1;44%.. 

Siiiei'iintenilent — Tliris'-epiartPrs in 1:22. 

Swish — Half mile' iu 51. 

Tali'i'iirrier — Thres'-eiuarters in 1:17'%,. 

Till' Fre'liin — Five'-i-ighths in l:04'-?5. 

Traile Mark — Fivi'-eighths in 1 :02. 

rncle .Mun — Five'-e-iphths in 1:0:’.%,. 

Violi't Ray — Thre'i'-eighths in 37. 

Volthorpe — Mill- in 1:4S. 

AVanda Pitzer — Half mile iu .50'-~. 

VVaiiita — Five-eighths in 1:04^-.. 

Water We'lles — Half mile in 4.S%.. 

Wilhite — Mile in l:43ii:,. 

Vanke-e Notions — TUrt'e-epiarters in 1:1G. 

TEST FOR THE PARI-MUT'UELS. 



Disgruntled Bookmaker Tries to Have Courts Declare 
System Used at Woodbine a Lottery. 



Toronto, lint.. Se-iiteinlK'r IS. — Having failed to 
ineluce the authorities tee ipiestion the legalil.v i>f 
the |iari inutiiel syste-ni at We«.illiitii‘. Jae-k Scully 
a former IsMikmaker, laid iufe.eruiatiein against the 
Uiitarin Jiske.v Club for conelue-ting a lotte'i-.v, anel 
the' e-ase' I'aine up iti tin' |«)liei' e-ourt texlay with 
Se'iTi'tar.v W. 1*. Frasi'r as the nominal elefemlaut. 
Till' Jex'key Club's I'ounsel aelmitted all the state- 
nie-nts of fai t anil no e'vidence was nei'ileei on the 
IKiint of the o|a>ration of the system, and in .sending 
the case to a siiis'rior court to decide the legality 
of the things aduiitt«'<L the' magistrate said: ’'My 
vieey is that the act allows tie'tting under suih I'on- 
ditions and I will be surprised if I am fouuel mis- 
taken.” 

"That is my view, tijo.” said the Crown altornc.v. 

"lUi. but I hold a elifferent vie-w.” chimed in 
I'ouusel for Si'itlly. 

■'Well, you can air it at the other court.'’ was 
the' magistrate's closing ri'inark. 

The WiMMibiiic mei'ting will eipeii on .Saturday with 
its usual prospei'ts of success anii popularity. 

T.iroiito, Gilt.. Septenilier LS. — There Is plenty of 
ae-tivity at Wi»Hlbiue‘ tln-se mornings iu pre|>aration 
for the opening of the Gntario Joi.key club's fall 
niii'ling on Saturday. The latest arrivals include 
the statdes of "Miss Chaniblel.” Gwynn Tompkins. 
.Vf. Dal.v. .Allan Ruliroft t principally jumpersi. and 
the- exii nsive slabli-s of R. F. Carnian. T. P. Hayes, 
George M. Hendrie' aud Sol Mint/.. 

George' SI. Heudric's Great Britain, which is at 



HAVRE DE GRACE FORM CHART. 

HAVRE DE GRACE, MD.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. Eigiith ilay. Harford Agriculture and 

Rreeilers' .Vssoe'iatioii. .Vutiimn Me'ctiiig of l.s iliiys. (2S laieiks on. > Weather clou dy. 

I'residing Judge, C. 11. Pettingill. Starter, James .Vlilton. Racing Secretary. F. Ri'hla'lger. 

Racing starts at 2:45 p. m. (Chlcagey time 1:45 p. m.). *Iudicati'S apprentieH' allowance. 

1 1 /I Ci FIRST R.A'JE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. (.51.58—1:0.5% — .'! — 105. 1 Purse $4 (h.». 3-year-olels anil 
-A. Tab upward. Selling. Net value to winner y.'MHi; sccihiiI, $70: thiril. $:>o. 



Inii Horses AWtPPSt Sir Fin Jeii'ke'ys Owners G HOPS 

11187-»YENGHEE WB 3 97 2 5 5 ,5 :J'i 1= J McTag’rtT F’ .Shceily 3-5 3-5 1-2 1-7 out 

10697 FLAM.MAKION WB 3 108 1 4 2ii 3li 2.’. 2nk Troxler U K Watkin.s 8 30 30 li 2 

11184 MONCKEIF WB 5 110 3 1 H li U 3>i 'T Davies E F Condran 21 13-511-52 5 out 

9831 COMI.NG COOX w 4 110 4 2 4i 4‘ 4- 4» Rorel Mr Earle 20 eio t3» 10 21 

10124* MONTC-ALM w ti 102 5 3 3- 2‘ 5 5 Deronele O Taylor 10 20 12 2i 2-5 

Time', 24, 49>%, 1:02, l:09*/j. Track heavy. 

Winner — Ch. g, liy Yankee— Memarka ttraimel b.v H. Penny). 

Went tei |Kist at 2:44. At |Hist 2 iiiiniite's. Start gexMl aud shew. Went easily; se'cemd and third elrly- 
ing. YENGHEE la-gaii slowly anel was euitpaceel feir the tirst half. Imt nieiveel up with a rnsli afte'r enter- 
ing the homestretch aud. under a liaiid ride, elisposeel eif his eipiHisitiem in the tinal sixtee'iitli anel weui gedng 
ii'A'ay. ELAMM.VRIGN ran em tlie' insiele in el''e'p geiing threnigliemt anel outstaye'd MGNCREIF in the tiii.el 
elrive. The latter sheiwe'el the' most early speed, hut tireel in the last eighth after setting the pace from tlio 
start. COMING COON ran well. 

Scratched — 11217’Silvcr Moon. 102; 11291 •Captain Elliott, 102; 112!K) Greiiida, 107; 11187 Sir Dcnrali, 
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Time, 24, 49%, 1:03%. Track heavy. 

Winiie'r — Ch. g, by Cesariem — Busy Lass (traiiu'el by W. II. Rnckneri. 

Went te» |Mist at 3:07. .Vt post 4 uiiiiute's. Start geieiel and slow. VVeiu ]in11e'el up; se.'cetnel and third 
driving. KORFHAGE ran intei a long lead In tlie first ipiarter and. kt'e'iiing it, was iiiflling up tliroiigli ilie 
I.'jst sixteenth. RE.VtT PERE liegan slowly, lint steaelily imiiroved ids pessition and. finisliing fast, e-asily 
dispo.se'd of GV.VTION in the final eighth. 'Fhe latteT ran in nearest pursuit e»f tlii' leader, Imt tire'll liadiv 
in the liome'Stre'tch. L.VDY' GR.VNT e-imld not e-xtend liersi'If in tlie going. CH.VS. CANNELL ran fair.y 
well. Till' winner, e-nteri-d for $,S(8), was bid up to $l.i38) and sold to W. R. Mizeli. 

Seratclu'd -11189 Gotelus. 118; 11221 'Ihelina J.. 107. 

1 1 4 pr 1 TIIIP.D RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 1 4!t7!»—l : 42%— 4—107. > .liTJH) adde'd. .All .Vgc.s. 

J. TT -L Handicai>. Net value to winner jtt.sii: second, .yiikt: lliird. $.50. 

L'el Horsi's .AWtPPSt % % X St r Kin .Tockers Owners O H C I* S 

11293 HOD R. w 1! 97 1 1 4 4 3= 2* 1'?. .Vnilirose J O Tablott 2-J 2.’. 3 .3-5 out 

( II 188)LMPRESSION WB 4 100 2 3 I'i 1* 1“ !• 2'" J McTag’rtH t* Hallenbeck 4 4 4 1 out 

1 I292 = STAR GAZE WB 3 10« 4 4 3» 20, 2>.’. 3^ 3* Sehut'ger H T, Pratt « 5 8-5 8-5 3-5 out 

11293 REYROURN wii 6 110 3 2 2‘ 3* 4 4 I .V Wilsiiu F Je'hnson 3i 6 »i 9-5 out 



1 1 4 pr 1 TIIIP.D RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 1 4!t7!»—l : 42%— 4—107. > .lirjH) adde'd. All Agc.s. 

J. TT -L Handii'ai>. Net value to winner jtl.sii: second, .yiikt: lliird. $.50. 

L'el Horsi's .AWtPPSt % % X St r Kin .Tockers Owners O H C I* S 

11293 HOD R. w 1! 97 1 1 4 4 3= 2* 1'?. -Vnilirose J O Tatjlott 2-J 2.’. 3 .3-5 out 

( II 188)LMPRESSION WB 4 100 3 3 I'J 1* 1“ !• 2'" J McTag’rtH t* Hallenljeck 4 4 4 1 out 

1 I292 = S3’AR GAZE WB 3 10« 4 4 3» 20, 2>.’. 3^ 3* Sehut'ger H T, Pratt « 5 8-5 8-5 3-5 out 

11293 REYROURN WK 6 110 3 2 2‘ 3* 4 4 t .V Wilsiiu F Je'hnson 3J 6 »i 9-5 out 

Time'. 24. 49%. 1:16, 1:42<4, 1:47. Track heavy. 

WiimiT — R. li, liy .Ailan-a-Dali' — Lilly R. ( traine d liy W. S. House). 

Wi'nt to laist at 3::;0. .At l">st 1 minute. Start good ami slow. Won I'lisily; se'i-onil and fliird ilriving. 
RGB R. traili'd for tin- first half mile'. tlU'U I'loseil up fast wliili' rouneling the' far turn and e'asily |>as.si'i4 
l.MI'ftl-ISSION in tile liemii'stn'te'li. The latter ope'lied a hig li'ail em the backstri'te'h. Imt was rnshi'el fiM> 
mi:.'li and tired when tbi' wiiiiii'r I'halle'nged. S'T.AR G.VZE ran In the det'ii going throughout and emit In 
the 'list e-igblli. RKYROFRN was bailly outpae-id. 

Si'rali'liiil — 1 12tt;! Guy Eislier. 105; 11292^Dr. Dueiiner, 102. 

Ovi'rwe'iglits- -Rob R.. 2 lamiiels. 

I 1 /I PJ O HM RTH RACE 3-4 Mile. ( 7840 - 1 :1 l-lf,— 3—91 .) First Itiinning Princeton Selling 



11452 

loel Horse'S 
( 11340ITRIFU2U 



$200; third. $DKl. 



w 3 95 5 4 

10851 ‘HO.NEY REE WB 3 9S « 1 4‘ 2h 3^ 2h A Wilson J Whalen 5 8 8 3 6-5 

1 1 4«4»MARJOHIE .A. wB 5 115 13 !• H 3^ Deronele HG Ri dwell 6 6 5 2 1 

( I I217)SCALLY'WAG w 3 106 2 6 3b 6* 4» 4J Butwell H J .Morris 4 4 16-5:{-2 3-5 

( I 1219)WDUKLVG I,AD wn 4 110 4 5 .5J 5> o' .51 Troxler H Moesel 8 10 10 4 2 

I 12.51 •FT.YI.NG Y-ANKEEwr. 4 110 7 3 i:'" 4J 6= 6* Wolfe R T Wilson 3 3 2 4-5 '2-5 

10148"CADE.AU WB 3 108 3 7 7 7 7 7 Ryme J G Oxnarel 15 20 20 6 3 

Time', 24%, 48%. 1:15. Track heavy. 

AVinni'r — Rlk. f. Iiy Ogik'n — Fads anil Fani-ies ( traine'il b.v H. Marstiall). 

Went to iKist at .'5:.5.">. .-Vt is'st 3 ininiiti'S. .Start goiHl anel slow. AVon ilriving; si'i-ond anel third ttie 
saiii,'. 'rRIFI.ER was niieler sliglit restraint, imt eiosi' up in tlic early ruuuiiig ami. wcarhig tin' le'ader 
ilowu. iu tl.i' liemii'stn'Ii'h, linisbi'il gamely ami won iu the last striele'. HONFA' REE made; a wide' turn 
into fill' liome'strelcli and emtgame'il M.VRJORlK .A. iu the limil stride'. The- latter si't a fast iiace' until wi'II 
into till' "tri'li'li ami tiri'il. SCALLYWAG saveei grimiiil all the way aiiil was gaining em the b'lide'is at tin; 
eml. working lad liuisheil well. FI.YING A'.ANKEE tiri'il after runuiiig em tlie outside' from tlii- start. 

Se rati'hi'il— I IiKWMi.Moiitri'Sor. 10.5; 11220 Prince .Ahuieel, 113; ll.'UO Gciie-sla. 103; 11220 .Azviaeb', 110; 
1 ’ i::2i iCliff Edge. li:i. 

1 1 ^ pr Q FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (4979— 1:42'%.— 4— 107.) Purse $IOol :Ly^'ar-old.A 
J. JL O auil U|>waril. Selling. Net value tee wiiine'r $:!00; sei'oml. $70; third. $:!0. 



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75: 


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10969 POTT.S NEVINS w 4 107 6 9 8" 8' 9 9 9 Fpton M Mver 1(H) 100 lOO 40 15 

Time. 24%, 49%, 1:15%, 1:45, 1:49%. Track heavy. 

AA iuui'r — Ch. g, liy Glorifier- ‘Jlael Tidings (traiiu'el b.v L. Garth). 

Wi'iit to twist at 4:1.5. .At leeist 2 inlnuti'S. Start gewiel anil slow. AA'on easily; se'e'ond and third elriv- 
i'lg. LIT'n.E HI GH Iwgan fast, but was taken back and saved Ix'biiid the' Icaeli'rs while' going down the 
l-ack-etietcli. tlien wi'iit wiiii' into the gewed going while nmnding tlie far turn and dreev away di'cisively iu 
ti'o final eiglitli. STENTOK rae*'d O. F. RF.STER into di'feat. hut I'oulil not withstand the wiuni'r's cb.al- 
li iige' and finislii'd 011 the iiisiiie in dei'p going. O. V. RFSTER slioweii s|a>e'd, Imt was tiring liadly at the 
'■mi. D.\ INGERFIELD eloseel a liig gaii and finislii'il gamelv. 

Si-ralched— 1047;: D-.rlon, KHi; 112.54 Ort«'d Lad 108; lI2!HG\'otes. 99; 11290 Ralph Llovd. 97; 104172 
Sir Alvi'scot. HC>: 112.54 Gate-, 108; lOOOOH.inbrook. 90. 

Ovi'i'weiglits — Potts Neviiis. 2 pemnds. 

SIXTH RACK — 5 1-2 Furlongs. (51.58 — 1:05% — 3 — 105.) I’urse $4<i0. 3-ye!ii'-oMs anel 



1 1 


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1 1 187 •INFERNO OrEBN w 6 107 


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AY 


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8 


10 


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H Emmons 


12 


20 


20 


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I 1403»AX.\' TILLY WB 3 !i7 2 8 5' (!• 6‘ 7 A Wilson J M Zimmer 2J 6 6 2 1 

11403 MELA'H.LE w 7 leff 7 5 .31 2J Fell. Deronele A C Blume 60 60 60 20 10 

Time, 24%, 49%, 1:09%. Track heavy. 

AA'inni'i'— R. g. by Fatherli'ss — Rolle Fli'ur (traiiu'el by L. Gartlo. 

AA’eiit to iwist at 4:::.S. .At imst 1 iniuuti's. Start goo<! ami slow. Won easily; seconel and third drlv- 
; :ig. G.ARTH was imtpacesl early, but e-losi'el up with a ru-eli after I'uteiiug the lii'mii'stre'teli and I'asilv dls- 
P'lM'd of his opiHisition iu the last sixtes-utli. INFKRNO gl'EEX was shuttli'il liai'k at the' start, but close'll 
a big gap aud finished fast. A'ENETI.AN was lame when going to the> iKist and ran a goewl rai'e,, Imt tiri'd 
ill till' final e'iglitli. MELA'H.LE. always close' up, stmubli'il when I'lile'ring tlti' himii'Stri'tch and fell. 
Cl-.CILI.A H. slsiweil spei'il. The winner, entcreel for $4<H), was liid u|i to $i’>iA5 aiuJ hou'ght In. 

Scrate-hi'il — lE’HO Foret Mai. 102. 

Overwi'ights — Toy. 2 oouniis. 



present I'onsielcri'd to lee' the- lu'st three-year-old on 
the cir'-uit. if not tlie pri'niii-r of liis age in America, 
is in great form and prohalil.v will lee a starter in 
tlK» .'(2..5tH» ToronI'j Autumn Cult, one mile anel a 
quarter, to lie ruu on Satmilay. 

A’i'ste'rila.v was wmk etay for a numtee-r of the' 
stables, ami semii' useful work was put iu. One 
of till' liest move's of the moruiug was that ivf H. 
Giiidiiigs’ Hi'arts of Oak. wliieh went a mile and a 
iluarter in 2:12'.L witli his hi'iiil pullesl sideways, 
'i'he big e-olt has not been si'i'U nnele'r cMors sinee* 
the last Windsor mi'eting. 

BUYS PLATER FOR NEXT SEASON. 

Aloiitreal. (jne.. Si-pti'mlier IS. — That tlie In- 
VeTeCk .Stalib'. eiw He'd le.v P. P. Cowans .'iml diaries 
•AI. Hart, will liolel a strong tiainl in tlie running 
of tlie King’s Plate next si'ason is .sliown ley the 
pnrehase of tlie filly Ilerrmanna from the- slabb' of 
Hiigli Pat'Ui. .Altliimgli tliis lill.v did not win the 
Provineial Nursery Stakes run at Blue Rouiu'ts tliis 
autiiiiiii. slie rail a wlnuiiig race'. AA'Iien tlii' tearrier 
was releast'il Iri'h King, owneel bv Sir H. .Aluutagu 
.Allan, lailti'd. earryiiig Herrmauua with him, which 
disposed of uuy chance she had. 



AA'hen she gn tlii'ri'd togethe'r and settleel elowa 
in tier strble ' she elosi'd a big gaii. flni'hing a 
liang-up fourth ami I'atehiiig tlii' leaders at cverr 
stride'. Herrniaiina is of ,a gooel tyiie anil gives 
eviT.v promise' of being .■tbU' to stay. She will Iv' 
tiiriii'd over to G. R. Tompkins to train for next 
autumn's King’s Plate, althoiigli she will lee winteri'il 
at Memtri'al. .Air. Tompkins fltteel anil traineul Plan- 
over. the Plate wiuner this year, for the Invcreck 
Stable*. 

CIGAR’S FAST MILE AT DERBY. 



.At the Di'i'liy iiie'i'tlug. Euglauil. Si'ptemls'r 4. P. 
He'.e iHuirii’s Irish bre-et fivi'-year idd liorsi- Cigar, liy 
.Moi'gaiiatii' — Smoke', riibte'ii liy D. Alalii'r aud I'arr.v- 
iiig I'Jei iM.iimls. won tlie PeviTtl of tlu> Peak Plate' 
at a mill* siriiiglit aud ran the distaiu'e In the fast 
time' of 1:.’14%. In doing this, lii' ilcfe'iiti'el some 
i>f the' fasti'st milers in Englaiul. Siie-li cele’britles 
as Loi'el Anmindale. AA'hite Star. Spanish 1‘rince. 
Mi'rciilio anil Sir Martin being among the I'li'veu that 
finishe'il iK'binil liini. Tlu' net value was $1 485. 
This rai'e was wi>u by H. P. AA'hitiu'y’s AA'hisk 
RreK'ui II. iu 1911. 



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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The li..i-<es whii-h sc. in Is-st in Friday's races arc 
Lexington, Ky.. .8i-picinb.‘V is. 

1 — TTk' Reach. S|mi 1 iu, Cisirge Dxnard. 

2 — Sliver Tone, Hirdman, .\uut .M.miie. 

3 — Harr.v Lander. Sleeth. Solar Star. 

4 — Waterbass, Leo Skolny. Dainty .MinL 

5— IVlour, Stanley S.. Culie U. 

ti -llowily Howil.v, Spiiidh', Co.v. 

J. L. Dempsey. 

Havre de Grace, Md., S.'pteii!hcr IS. 

1- - S«'piilve.la. Tay Pay. Petelus. 

2- -,Siiperiutcndcnl. rndaiinted. Mr. Sniggs. 

:i — Hlai'klord. Wilhite. Fred .Mulliolland. 

4 — Sprit.', llons.'iiiaid, Clier.ikeo Rose II. 

.5 — Zo.lia.'. Sal. >11, Doiiia. 

(! — Wanda Pitz.T. Discover.v, Golden Vale. 

W. J. Lynch. 

Dorval Park — Monlival. Qui'.. SeplemlHT 1,8. 

1 — D.iiibie Fiv.', Cl.iak, Gctrge Karine. 

2 Colors, llarbard. Behest. 

3 — ( ynosiir.'. Fair.v G.idniotlier, Strite. 

4— sir Blaise. Water 1-ady. SherwcHsl. 

.1— SoiitliiTii Sh.>rc, Belle Chlltou, Lady F.tna. 

(i — .Scarlet Iji^tter. Old .Tonlan. Biisz Around. 

7 — Furl of Savov, Mundv Zaiie, Kinder I.ou. 

T. K. Lynch. 

DORVAL RACING GROWS IN FAVOR. 



Close to Five Thousand Persons at New Track Near 
Montreal for Yesterday's Racing. 

Montreal, Qiic.. Septenili.r IS. — .\ crowd miniber- 
iiig close t.i .'i.o.Ml persons witnessed th.' races at the 
D.irral Ira.k af l.'ruiMui. It was a r.'iirescnlative 

erowil. t.«», many pr.uiiinent Moiitr.'alers lieiiig 
among tli..s.* pr.'s.'iit, T’ti.' racing was the best that 
has b.'cii seen at the new track since th.> meeting 
li. gan. Slirriiig .'.mlcsts eaiiie witli tlie running of 
most of 111.' ra.-.'S ami four of the linisla's found the 
winners iiiid.'r liard driv.'S. In two of tliem it was 
iiopossil.le t.i tell wliieli liad w.ai until tlie ..fli.-ial 
placing was displa.v.'d, Dick l>ea.lw.)oil and Tacti.-s 
sc.iring I.y tlie narrowest ..f iiiargiiis. In ill.- ai>- 
seiice ..f .i.is.'pli .1. P.iirke, wlio l.'ft for Toronto last 
iiiglil t.» assiiiiH' Ids duties as liandi<'ai)i>er f.>r the 
Diiliirio .locki'.v ('lull, .losepli .Muridiy aud Capl. 

T. .1. t'lav ai t. 'll as Judg.'s. 

Till' haiidii'Hp. a .lasli of six furlongs, hronglit out 
a giM.ll tii'l.l of sprinters aud resulted iii an easy 
victory for Back Bay. wldcli made a runaway alTair 
of tlK' rai'c ami scoreil easil.v li.v a couple of leiigtlis. 
Tlie twieyear-i.lil lilly. Wiil.'r Lady, was seeiuiil. 
:iir Blais.', th.' favorite, was thinl and -loe Kiiiglit 
rail last, mie latU'r was riildi'ii liy yi.inig Ferguson 
ami till' riii.' li.' gnv.' the liors.' was far from satis- 
faetory to the otticials. Owner Rites was at a li>ss 
to explain the imku- sliowiiig of his racer and was 
miuli put out ov.'r the rae.'. Tlie result was that 
Ferguson was tol.l not to aeis'pt any inoure mounts 
during the Dorval iiii'ctiiig. 

.liK'key Di'iiiili‘r’s liamlliiig of Tlu'O CiMik the otlier 
day lias also gut liiin into troulile. D.'iinler was siis- 
la-ii.li'd at Bln.' Bonnets on eoinplaint of Ids contract 
I'liiplo.ver, N. B. Davis, and was r.'instated again at 
111.'' r.'nnest of Mr. Davis, who tnrne.1 the la.l over 
to G. P. ttlierman for Hi.' Dorval meeting. Tlie 

lalti'f eoiniilained i>f Di'iiiili'r's ride and the lad 
fail.'.l to turn up y.-stenlay to till his oiigagements. 
I’r.'siiliiig steward Murpli.v tislay orderisl liennl.'r's 
l.ailgi' taki'ii up ami will niaki' a ree.niiini'iidati.m 
to 111.' ('anailian Ka.'iiig .\ssoi'iatioiis tlial Ids lieeiis.' 
Ill' ri'Vok.'d. 

Tiler.' were twenty-nine la.vers in line this after- 
ii.Miu. tlie higli water mark for the meeting. The 

l-aiiie li.Ti* lias iiiii.roveil witli each siieeeeding day 
and a tnonendons attendance Is looked for on Sat- 
nriia.v. 

.liM-key Guy I’.unis left for Toronto toniglit to 
join tile stalile iiianagi'd li.v (’apt. TV. !•’. Pre.sgrave. 

A. K. Bresler. .T. II. .MeCarren and several other 
hi.rs.'iiieii l.'fr with their staliles for Woodlilue to- 
idglit. 

Harry Sliannon ami F. .Tone.s will leave for Laurel 
at the coiicliisioii of the present meeting. 

•lai k Pldllips fiirnislied the only winning favorite 
of 111.' afternoon in Cliff Top. wldcli tieat Miss .loe 
a iii'ik in file opening dasli. 

The first nin-up of the m.s»ting earn.' after Tactics 

w. iii Dll' sixth race, a iliisli of one mile and a slx- 
toeiith, in wideh li.' ls>at .S|>elIlKiiind a nose. Tae- 
li. s was I'litiTi'd to i.e sol.l for .$1.40(1 and was Id. I 
lip $.'i ()0 over tliat anioiiiit I.y Sam I,s)uis, who se- 
i iireil liiin on ids bid of $1.9<Mt. 

•losi'pli .Mnrpliy reporis Dial s.'veral siiliscriptioiis 
liiiv.' alr.'aily Ims'u made for tin' $20.(kK» Interna- 
tional D.'rliv, to Is' run at Dorval next season. TlK.se 
will. lia\e alreail.v tak.'ii siibsi-riptioiis iiielild.' K. 

r. Cariiian. .1. F. Ni-wiiiaii. K. ,1. O'Connell ami 
Wayii.' O. .I.iplin. K. K. Bradli'.v. .Toliii W. Selu.rr 
and si'veral otliiTS liav.* proiids.'.l to take nomiiia- 
tioiis ami it is presiim.'.l Unit alMinl fifty noiidmi- 
tioiis ill all will III' mail.'. .Ma.1. .lolin T. M.-Briil.'. 
vie.' pr.'siili'iit of till' Itorval .Toek.'.v Cliili. will make 
a trip aliroail sli.irlly and .luring ids stay in Kiig- 
laml will iiiaki' an I'fi'.irt to sisnre a snlis.'fiption 
from His Maji'sly. King Georg.'. 

GETTING READY AT LAUREL. 

Italtiiiiore. Md.. Si-pteinlMT IS. Tli.'s.' are busy 
days at tlie Laiinl triiek, ami th.' iir.'isiratioiis now 
going on for Die opening of Dii' in. ‘.'ling ar.' ..f such 
a eharai t.-r that in. ili.iilit ri'inaiiis that this i>|H'iiiii'g 
on Oi'I.iIht 1 slioiilil Ih> Dll' most ans|>i.'ioiis in Die 
Idslor.i Ilf till' Irai'k. In siasoii^ past, line 1.> tli.' iin- 
tiidslii'.l eonilitioii Ilf Dll' eoiirsi'. Dii' |iiiblic ami 
iK.r'.'iiieii wi're soiiiewliat iiieonvi'nieiKs*.! in small 
things, blit tlii'se annoyanoes will 1 h' obviat.'d in 
fiiliiri' iK'e.'iiise Ilf the tlioroiigliiii'ss and attention 
to Die smallest detail for wldi-li .XIanag.'r Winn is 
iioteil. Till' ri‘s|M.iis«' to Die slake olT.'i'ings by Imrse- 
III. 'll has lii'i'ii lilH'ral. To give a list of Di.' slake 
iiimdiiators wi.idd is* to iiienlii.n Die most promini'iit 
rai'iiig . 'Still. lisliiiii'iils ill tlie e.nintr.v, this imt alone 
appl.iiiig III Dins.' that are well kii.iwii in the I'ast. 
but Dll' Is'st from Die w.'st iiiid Caiinila will be 
ri'i.ri s.'iileil. wldl.' from far-off Vaiiii.iiver, B. ('., will 
I'l.iiie a s|ii'.'ial train. 

Till' iH'ftiiig will 1m> by Die ol.l fashion. '.1 systi'in 
of large Ii.m.iIis :iiid slates and th.' riii'g will 1..' ii|m'ii 
to :ill r"piital>li' lay.Ts. 11..' f.'.' l.i'ing $2<l for 
I'.'iili rai-e. Tills will appeal to those who like Die 

s. isli'iii of slab's anil Dekets. ami will m. iloiibt 
risnit in an aneii.laii.'e larger Ilian has ever lieeii 
M'lii at this course. 

Kaeing S.'i r.'tary K. Iiberger has iiia.l.' up Ids 
program for Di.' first ]>iirt of Dm' meeting ami it is 
IK.M ill Dll' liamis of Di.' priiitiTs. win. Iiave prom 
Isi'd b. liavi' it really for ilislribntiini in thi' I'oiirs.' 
of fi'W days. 

.ViioDii'r thing tlnit will appeal to liorseineii is 
file I'omlitioii of the track. This lias Ik'i'Ii steadily 
'AorV.i'd for the |>ast ten .lays, and in another week 
it will lie in lielter coii.lition Dian at any tiiii.' since 
it was liidlt. 

I.ilu'ral thongli the resisiiise to the sInki'S lias 
Irt'cn. Dieri' is no .loid.l that it woiild hav.' Im'.'Ii 
more si> lia.l it tK-^'ii geiii'rally ri'ali»'d hy liorsiiueii 
That til.' maiiag.'iiii'iil had r.'Visi'.l th.' stuki' .-on.li 
Tunis as originiilly frannsl so th.it Die iiondnatioii 

an. l starling f.'.'s slioidil all r.'Vi'rl to the winii.'r. 

The iM'tting ring, which is .one of th.' most cuiumo- 

diuuij in the country, is lieiug renovated. 



COMPLETING PREPARATIONS AT LOUISVILLE. 

Finishing Touches in Progress for Tuesday's Open- 
ing of Douglas Park Meeting — Kentucky Gossip. 

Ij.nisville. K.v., S.'pteinlH'i' 18. - Lverytldiig is now 
bustle ami a.'tivily at Doiiglas Park, in prepHration 
for 111.' opi'idng of Dii* i-oiuing race iiie.'ling of eleven 
days at tliat plant, iK'giiiidng iK'xt Tnesilay, S.'ptem- 
lier 2:!. witli Die Msi Imiiigural Ilamlicap as the 
f.'atnre of an cxi'ellently arrang.'d .aril of six rai-i'S. 
I'nesda.v will sif ilie iiiaiignra bon of Die t wenl.v-oni' 
days' rail si'as.m of lacing in this eit.v. Tin' I'li.l of 
lloiiglas Park ni.'eting will eoiii.' on Satiirda.v, Oc- 
tolii'i- t. will'll the $.'i,lMI0 Isniisville Cill), two 'miles, 
is to Ik* run. Tlien the s.-eiii' of racing will shift 
to Chiireldll Di>wiis. wli.'ii a ten-day nns'tiiig will he- 
gin .III Wi <!iii'sda.v. D.'b.in'r 8, tlie ilale of Diis sea- 
son's rnnidiig of Di.' $ir..iMNi Ki'iitm-k.v Eiidiiraiiee 
Stakes, font miles. 

Manager .lolm Ha.-liini'isti'r ami ids eaimld.' assist- 
ant. Frank Brnen. are now al Douglas I’ark from 
I'arly in tlie iiioriiiiig niiDI lat.' at night anil no iletail 
of pr.'para t ion, 1..' it great or sinall. will Iw l.'ft 
nn.'ittemli'il ti>. Everything will 1 m' in I'onipleb' 
ri'ailini'ss for tlie oiM'idng of Die ni.'i'Diig ii.'xt Tiies- 
ila.v ami it inii.v Ic ri'iiiarked that the I'liclosuri' 
neVA'i' lookil more lieantifnl or inviting than it iI.h'S 
at present. 

It is i‘X|ieetcd tliat the opi'iiiiig ila.v curd at iKmg- 
las Park this tali will eomiMire well witli an.v pro- 
gram ever presented in Kentucky. Tlie same Idgh 
stamlard will prevail Dirongli.HU Die meeting, as 
alisolutel.v the Ih'sI horses in training are either 
alread.v here or liooked to conii*. 

'I'lie saiii.' Idgli class racing will iiri'vai! during tlie 
ten ila.vs' season at Chureldll Itowns. At this iraek 
extensive iinprovements are lieing rapidly pusliiHl to 
completion and it will Ih> in perfect eomlition for Die 
opening on Ki'iitnek.v Emlnraiiee Stakes day. On.* 
of Dll' iinprovi'iuents now li.'ing liidsli.il at tlie 
Downs is a eanop.v I'overlng the eiilraiiee from tlie 
gramlstand to tin' eliildions.' and over Du' I'litraiK'e 
to Die riMtiii set aside for the operation of three 
liari-niiitnel inacldnes wldcli liave Ih'cii iiistalli'd at 
that part of the groiiml for Dii' .K-'ciipants of tin' 
eluldioiis.'. These uiai'hiiies will 1i.' of tli.' $2 
straight, (line.' and show variet.v. and wliat inim.'.v 
they handle will go in tlie general )mm>I. 

At Ih.Di iilants over 200 stalls Iiave iK'eii iH'dil.'d 
ilown for liorses exp.'et.tl here witliin Dii' next da.v 
or two from I,«‘xington. A iiiiiiilier of Die stal.l.'s 
racing tlii'r.' will m.t wait f.>r the linisli of tli<‘ 
mi'i'ting. lint will sliii> lier.' so as to get in by 
.Siiiiinl.'i.v. Dni' of Die iiiiportaiit strings I'oniiiig 
within tlie next twenty-four lioiirs is Dnit of .\nios 
Turney, who has tlie tliree slak.' liorsi's. Kl.'l.nrne, 
Horroii ami FlalilM'rgast. all of whieli are I'ligil.le 
-to the $;!..-sK) Inangiiral Handieap. Tliis string will 
1..' <|iiartir.'d in Stalile D. at Douglas i'ark. Die 
opIM.siti'' I'lid i>f whieli is oeenpiiil liy Die horses 
owned l>y .loliu \V. Scliorr. 

-\t Cliiireldll Downs yesterday .Inst Red worked 
a mill' in wldl.' .1. N. Caindeii's crack geld- 

ing. Bringlinrst. went five furlongs hamlil.v in l:(Kt%. 
niiining tlie first half in ."lO. It is eoneeded as 
pra.'ticatly a e.'ilaiiit.v tliat Briiighiirst ami Littl.' 
Ni'phew will start in the itiii'idng dasli at five and a 
lialf furl s at Douglas Park next Tiiesda.v. as Ih.Di 
are fit. Piider Dii' eini.litions of the race, flii'.v will 
1 h“ alioiit ispiall.v weightiHl. 

.T. W. Schorr’s gri'at colt, Froglegs. was on tlie 
tra.'k at Douglas Park .vesti'i-day . He appears to 
h.' in grainl iMMlily eomlition ami Ids work of a 
slow eiiaracter was .lone wiDumt sliowing any 
signs of sor.'ii.'ss. He upiu'ars a tdt liigii in il.'sli 
as yet, imt liK.ks as if lie imihl Ih* mad.' ri'uily to 
race this fall. Trainer .1. P. Schorr is iloiilitfid 
uhont starting Du' lliree-.vear-old. Le(M'harcs. in tin' 
$;!.rsM» Doiigliis Park In.'ingnral Han.lii’ap next Tnes- 
ilay ami will not r.-mier ids ilei'ision niiDl Die weights 
are aniionm eil li.v Sei'retary L. \V. Maginn on Satnr- 
da.v. Ill' Ddnks the son of Br.Ktnistick iloi's not 
fancy 1h.‘ mile and a sixt.M'iitli roiile any too well. 
LeiK-liari's is in go<Hl conditinu and if lie gets in Di.'' 
opening day fealnre wlDi a fairl.v light imiiost. lie 
may lie startl'd. .Mr. Seliorr owns eleven yearlings 
instead of ten as stated a day or two ago. Hamil- 
ton. Proglegs. Star Cliarti'r. Edila ami Li'iieliares are 
the older liorses he has in traiiii”" Die rest of Ids 
string iH'iiig t w.eyear-olds. He will have tweiity- 
tive liorses lo winter at Douglas Park. 

Till* giHK] tw»-.vear-old. IiniM'rator. winner of Dm 
Br.'i'ilers’ EiUnrity lids season, and Dm Iioim* of .1. 
N. C.'iimlen for Die IK'rlty races of next s<>asoii. is 
still a sick colt in trainer .1. (). Kctie’s stalile at 
Chnrcidll Downs. His 1emi>eratnre remains at 105 
bxia.v and trainer Kei'iic, while Im still lias ln>ims 
that till* son of P.'f.'r (tninee will snrviv.'. would not 
he snrprise.i slionlil Dii> yoniigster di.' at an.v iiioineiit. 
He lioiH's for Dll' lii-si ami is sparing no «*xpi*nse or 
tronl.Ie in attending to Dm hors.', Iiaviiig calli'd in 
all Dll' skilleil veterinarians availalile. Casiiarina, 
Dm oDier sick iiii'nilH'r of tin* Camden staid.*, is now 
out of ilanger. Imt slm will rai'e no iiion* Dds seasmi. 
If ImiH'ralor r.'cov.'rs, trainer K.'cne will sldp IsiDt 
ailing two-.v.'iir-oliis to Ilartl.'iml Earin, in XV.HHlford 
Conni.v, anil turn them out nnril next season. 

U. .1. Mackenzie's fonr-y.'ar-.ild, Biiekliorii is train- 
ing in grami form at Douglas Park for his $:t..-.(N> 
Inaugural Handica)) engagenmiit n.'xt Tuesday ami 
it is probal.le that im will go to the pi>st as favnriie 
for tliat race. 11.' will im rid.l.'n It.v j.H'key R. 
Sinall. who is conimeteil Dd.s fall wlDi traiimr .Tack 
Adkins. Bncklmrn l.Kiks cv.'ii nior.' rolmst than In* 
did ill Dm i'arly spring and has spr.'a.l out greatly 
sine.' im won Dds saiin* race last season as a tlirei*- 
year-old. .Inst wliat T. K.mrimr will ri.le in Dds 

race will not he delermined until Si'.-retary Maginn 
aiiiiimiK'.'S Die weiglits. Kimrn.'r will iiave several 

mounts on Die op»'idng day at Douglas Park. He 
limans to re.inci- ci.nsiileralil.v liy them. Imt in* will 
not atteiniit to tak.- off weight so .•xi'essively as to 
weaken liini. Ills health is now of the Imst and he 
is strong and vigorous. William G.»rst now has live 
.vearlings. 

KENTUCKY SALE IS CONCLUDED. 

Lexington. K.v., Septomlmr 1.8. — The Kentucky 
Sales Coiiipany’s auction of tliorongldired yearlings 
wa.s eoiicluded last night witli th.* disp.isal of 

51 head for $18,770. making the total for the 
two evenings 94 liead for $49,470, an uveragi> 

of $4;!2.ti.">. ,\t the conclnsion of tlie yearling 

sale nine imad of hors.s in training an.l broodaiaros 
weri‘ si>ld for $1,015. During Dm evening .lomi E. 
.Maddi'ii gave GiDInlier Bros. $1,000 for the l>ay 
<sdt liv M.'Gee — Single Shot, for whieli tlie.v paid 
$575 last night. Following is a siimiuary of last 

liiglit's transactions; 

Yearlings. 

P.a.v r-olt by C.'sarkm — Chinela; J. M. Black . .$l.i>00 
Clii'stnut colt liy I’eter (Jiiiime — .Vnna I^oretta 

Daly; .1. M. Black 1.000 

Bay colt li.v Cesari.m — Med.Iliiig Daisy; .7. XL 

Black 1.100 

Roan or gray colt liv Hastiii''s— Turtle Ikiv.-: 

G. XV. .1. Bissell l.DHi 

Chestnut eolt t.v C.'sariou— Seotcli IMiiiiie; .1. 

XI. P.laek 9<M) 

B.'iy colt h.v Hastings — Blue .Jacket; G. W J. 

Bissell .800 

Brown colt hy Cunard — Glass Slipiicr; K. It. 

Brail ley 7.-4) 

Bay or brown eolt by Ix'onidas — Fair Alien; 

Xlilton V.miig 7,50 

Bay lilly I.y C.'sarioii — Siieerwi'll ; .1. Xi. Black. 7<Hl 
Clu'stiint .'.lit liy Si. Savin — Cliarli'otc; It. P. 

DimIsoii (Mk> 

Chestniit Colt li.v Tlie Scribe — I’eniteiiee II.; 

.lames XIa. -.Manus 000 

Clii'stniit coll liy Goliierest — XIary .\gnes; .1. II. 

-Morris .' .5.50 

P.a.v gi'l.liiig by C.'sarioii — Line of Life; .1. XI. 

Black .5.50 

Ba.v gel.liiig I.y Orisi>n--Giia<lalite: (Jeorge Tu- 
nis ,500 

Black filly by Orison — Cnstanee; D. D. Ran- 

dolpli 375 

Brown or lilack eolt l>y Contestor — Eads and 

Eaiieies; E. .T. Gri-fer .ViO 

CImsiniil lill.v by l>i.'k Wi'lli'S — Coruscate; 

.laini's Stianm.n ;i.5n 

Psiy lill.v i.y l‘Ianii<l.-s — San .Xmlres; .T. II. Xli.r- 

ris 300 

Bay or brown lilly by Charcot — Kllerdie: C. 

T. Wortidngtim .100 

P-rowii filly i.y St. Savin — .Xltiora; Giurgi' 

Inni'S ;!0O 

Cli.'stnnI filly t.y I'l'.-p ..'Day — .S.iia Gooiirich ; 

XI. .1. Kiordan .30it 

P.rown lilly bv Pi'.'p o'Dav — K.-i'p Still: It. .1. 

Offiitt 27.5 

Brown gi-l.ling liy Orison — I'cggy R.: W. .!. 

Young 2.50 

Bay eolt i.y Tim SitIIm' — L a Bnija ; .1. H. Mi>r- 

ris 2.50 

Bav lillv. l.v 1 1 list ings— Frii'iiilsidp; Ilowar.l 

(lots 22.5 

Chi'siniit lillv l.v I'i'i'p o’Dav — Ilaltie Walk.-r; 

P. D. W.'ir 22.5 

Cliestniit eolt liy St. Savin — Daiieing Wave; 

Williani Gi'rst 2<Ht 

Clii'slniit I'lilt 1..V Stalwart — -Aralia; .1. H. .Mor- 
ris ! 200 

Bay lilly liy I’ls'p o'Day — Briri'lla; .1. W. 

May 200 

Xlixi'il Color. I'll. f. by HasDiigs — S.-arli't ami 

(Jr.'iii; llowarii Ools 20o 

B.iy geliling I.y Electioneer — Liglila wa.v : Eil 

Parsons 175 

Clmstiint lilly liv Gold.Ti'st — Evelyn .F.; W. .1. 

Tri-ai-y ICO 

Clii'stnnt coll t.y Goliierest — Ri-siilt; Eil Par- 
sons L50 

Brown g.'liling bv Orison— I.adv Galopiii; (ieo. 

limes ■ L50 

Tiffany llli'inl. b. f, liy ('."-arloii Eceeiiiina; 

•I. II. Gain.-s 12.5 

Bay lilly I.y Orisim — Work; E.l I’arsoiis 1 lo 

Bay lill.v by Sr. Savin— lai Cr.'ob'; L. .1. King liN) 

Cliestiint lilly by Giildi-resi — Tanly; W. .1. 

Tri'iiey KKi 

Brown filly by Orison — Viola Belle; D. Lebau 100 



Bay colt hy The S.rllm— Divide; .T. P. .Tohn- 

ston 

Brown filly liy Out of Iteaeli—Laily XIanners; 

XViKi.ison Dli'kei'soii 

Ba.v filly hy Stalwart— Itedonnd : L. .T. King!! 
Ba.v tilly h.v Charcot— Pretty Betty; L. .1. King 
Bay or t.rown lilly t.y Peep o’Day— Ben.'fac- 

tr.'ss: Gi-orge Iiines 

B:iy I'oll h.v Hiiiniiion — .Ian.' (irey; I.. .1. King. 
Bay or tirnwii filly by Klklioni — Virginia Niiiin; 

(i. W. .loliiisoii 

Ba.v fill.v l»,v Orison — Follow; Gi-orge Xlastiu.. 
Bay filly I.y Fair Play — .Xlarliinlta 11.; (.’. D. 

Cli.'iianlt 

Ba.v iiilt by Dorante — .Miss Laetitiii; L. .T. 

King 

Hamisonm XIary. h. f. by The SeViim— Ilafid- 

.simie Xan; Gi-orge Xlastiu 

Horses in Training, Broodmares, Etc. 
Coi-nseati'. h. in, l.i. liy Ch.trl.ster — Royal Gem; 

Tlnmias Piatt ' $ 

XIarlili's. lir. ni. .8, i.y I.issak — Gl.msetto; 
Tlioinas Piatt 



11381 Sixth Race— 1 .Mile. Purse $;{00 
olils and upward. Selling. Net value 1 
$210; second. $ti0; third, $30. 

Iml. IIor.s4'. Wt. Fin. .locker 



Att. 


'lltivi 


'. Cll. 


. in, 5, 


l.v 


.\llan-a-DaIi — F 


anov- 


\V1 


mn] : 


Dr. G 


Jort* . . . 








Arl» 


•sian. 


li. 




hv 


Drii'iini'iit- .Xrti 


It ion; 




D. 


XX'ilson .... 








Bav 


ill It 




'anling. 


by 


Dick XX'i'lles — ( 


irns- 



cate; Tli.mias Piatt .!.... 

•Syzygy, cli. ni. 5. hy Iiispi-i'tor B. — .Xiina 

P.r.Hiks; W. XI. X'.mng 

G.kiiIih'ss. cli. ni, K. i.y Goo.lrieh — Plcetiiig 

XIoiimiits; .Tanii's Shannon 

Hi'rkyte. h. f. 2, l>y IIiTuds — Skyte; Stone 

A- Riiekor 

Milh-r Regent, it. g, 2. liy Xliller — Queen Re- 
gent; .1. P. Ross 



Ind. Hor.s*'. \V 

11304=Gillmrt Rose 10 
(10874) Elgin 11 



Claver 
2-* O’Brien 
3'. Wiekline 



XX' t. 


Eqiliv. Ddds 

Fill. .Tockey. Straight. 


112 


l-’i Groth 


81-10 


113 


2’ D Boland 


19-5 


112 


3J Anderson 


*'7 


107 


4‘ Claver 


21-5 


107 


5-i Benton 


10 


112 


6« Hill 


16-5 


1(17 


7''’ Stevens 


42 


lOG 


8’ Gentry 


9 


112 


9 Cavanaugh 


21 


112 


I’ulled ui>. XVa.shear 


22 



Eiiniv. Odils 
Straiglit. 
57-10 



Iml. Horse. Wt. Fin. .lockey. Straiglit. 

11308 Safranor IOC 1* Hill 57-10 

10949 Goliien .Xgiies lo7 2^ Claver 5 

(I1304)Bariiim 110 3-X Cook 7 

11017 Stevlin 112 4= Groth 17 

10858 Dowiiland 102 5* Benton tSX 

11305’.Siiin I’eiiiii 11.5 f>'* I’ickens 4~ 

10979 'Ton.v Koeh 112 74 W Gargan IS 

11309' D.XPntgoiiiery 114 S'* F Jackson 3 

10934 (Tex 111* 9 Corey t 

tXliitni'l fii'ld. 

Tiiiii', 24%, 501i, 1:17%, 1:24%, Track muddy. 

$2 imitni'ls paid. Safranor. $l::.40 straiglit. $C.oO 
idaee. $4.80 sliow; G.ild.'ii Agnes. $7.20 place, $5.20 
show: Barium, $G.4o sliow. 

Winner— C. R. Ulcliar.Is’ lir. f. 3, liy Xealon — 
Relmcca Ban (Iraiiied I.y T. E. Crist). 

Start g'lod. Won handily; sei-mid and tidrd driv- 
ing. 

Overweights — Dave XIontgomery, 2 pounds; Bar 
iniii, 1 ; Dowiiiaiid, 1. 



-5-S Xlile. 


Purse $300. 


4-year- 


Selling. 


Net value 


to 


wium*r 


: third, 


, $3 


iK 










E 


liini 


V. Ddds 


XX' t. 


Fin 


. .Tocki'V. 


Sti 


•alglit. 


no 




Pickens 




m-io 


1 13 




I) Boland 




s 


107 


3* 


Hill 






107 


4' 


Gentry 






Hi7 




Groth 




2S-r. 


107 


4; 


XV Gargan 




9?. 



1ml. llnrse. Wt. Fin. .Toi'ki'V. Straight. 

10889 King Fdk 110 IJ Pickens’ 10-10 

10446 Diiteli Rock IP! 2" I) Bolanil S 

11168’Ed G. 107 3* Hill L'S-5 

11173 Xlarsand 107 4* Gentry 29 5 

11310 Tim I’a.l 1o7 5>. Groth 2S-5 

11171 Elei'l rowan 107 *> W Gargan 91 

Time. 24%, 49^i, 1:04. Track muddy, 

$’2 iiiiitn.-ls paid. King Elk. $4 .ihi straight. $3.20 
place. $2.CO sliow; Diileli R.s'k. $4.20 plai'e, $3.20 
show: Ell G.. $:!..S0 show. 

Winner — Viincoiiver Staldc’s b. li. 5. t>y Bines- 
.Tnral l trained li.v E. .1. Kaniseyi. 

Start giMid. Won ilriviiig; s.'<'i>iid ami tliird Die 
sanii'. 

Dverwelglits — Dnteli Rook. 3 iionmis. 

11380 Fifth Rae*' — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 3- 

yi'iir-olds. S.'lliiig. Net value to winner $2ln; 
second, $C0; Diinl. $.'i0. 



Inil. Il.a'se. 
10978 Province 
11176’XloDi'r 
11311 Liiil.v I’cndi 
11305 Far Cathay 
11176 Hanilsoini'T 
11171 DavJlglit 
(lH70).Ma.l.'liim 1 





XVt. 


Fill 


•lockey. 




112 


H 


( 'orey 




115 


2' 


1) B(dand 


T 


107 


3-t 


itenton 




112 


410 


XX' Taylor 


'(1 


112 


5l> 


O’ Brien 




112 


CU 


XX' Gargan 




112 


7 


Groth 



Ei|iliv. 1 bills 



XVt. 


Fin 


Eqnl V. 


Ddds 


. Jockey. Stral 


ght. 


112 


1> 


Groth 


106 10 


112 


2' 


Corey 


21-5 


107 


3t 


Bi-nlon 


lS-5 


115 


4" 


5\’ Taylor 


7 


112 


5- 


Hill 


11 


114 


6 


F Jackson 


17-5 



NOTES OF THE TURF IN OTHER LANDS. 

Cliarles Carroll’s two-ycar-oId filly, Xfedlnllla, liy 
Xli'.ldl.T — FliH-arliim, fell dea.l wIiMi* at I'xeri'ise oh 
till' .Xigles groiiml at ClianDlly, on Xlondav nioi'iiing 
Siptember 1. 

During the ri'ceiit Baden-Baden niiH'ting, the total 
anioniits in stakes won by owimrs of tin' three na- 
Doiialities w.ti- as follows: Gernian. !!43.830 francs; 
Fri'iicli. 241.:!54 francs; Russian. 105,375 fraiii's. 

Bar.m Ed.mai'd de R.rthsrtiild lias decided to send 
Floraison. I.y Sans Soimi IL, ti> tin* Xl.'antry Stud 
for br.'eiiiiig piir|iiiscs. Though sliort, Imr racing 
carper was lirilliant. imr total winnings aiiioniitiiig 
to nearly $.53.(!of). 

The di-atli is nnnonnoed at Oran of Capt. Li-ou 
Dellis, who. as a genlleniiiii riil.-r, obtain.-.l no sinall 
.-iinimnt i>f siicess on Parisian rai'e courses, iiotal.lv 
witli liorses hi‘loiigiiig to M. Bla.ine-Bt'lair. Coml'o 
lie Clicrisi'.v. ami XI. James Heiiiii'ssy. 

Ni'ws coiims li.v cahle from Kalgoorlie (Western 
-Xnslralia) Diat tin* Kalgoorlii' Clip, a mile ami a 
half race, worth $10.(KIO. has lieeti won l>y J. 
Nii'liolas’ Chief Se<.'r»'tar.v. witli Corst.-p si'.'oiid anil 
Piltiarra tliiril. Clii.-f Secretary won b.v a Imail. 
starting at 4 lo 1 against. Xlr. Nicholas won tim 
same race a yi-ar ago with iinporti-d Lilvveil. t.v 
Xlartagon — Cliiffon. 

It has Imen reported Diat R. Wootton. the promi- 
nent <'x-.\nstralian trainer, lias lieciilisl he will re- 
tnrii to Australia at Die end of next year, ami Diat 
IDs sons. Frank and Stanley, will take on training 
at Epsom in his stead. Kraiik W.H.tton is now 
getting lieav.v and soon will be obliged to give n|i 
riding, hut. if rc|)orts are true, lie could retire from 
.'verylliiiig as.sociatcd with rai'ing. wiDumt in.'iirriiig 
111.' sliglit.'st luoimtar.v iiiconveuii'iii'e, as im is iiiiit.' 
wcalDiy. 

Ernest Thiiiht is fond of old-fashioned niatcli rae- 
ing and lias iiiade two mutclms to im run at .New 
market in Cesarewitch week. He has mntch.'d the 
two.vear-olil Calandria at tive-eigliDis of a mile 
against J. B. J.Kd’s Dolly Vanieii for $2..50o a 
side. Xlaher to ride the fonner and Frank Wootton 
Dll' latter. He has also iimtelii'.l Cnranelio against 
.Xiiiliassador ovit three-iiiiarters of a mile for $1,250 
a sill.-. In Dm latter mateh Frank WotUton is to 
ride Caraimlio and Xialmr .Vmliassador. In each 
casi' Die forfeit will lie $.500. 



VANCOUVER FORM CHART. 

VANCOUVER, B. C., September 8, 1913. — Fiftv- 
seveuDi da.v. Britisli Coinmbia TUoroughtired .Asso- 
ciation’s Meeting of C2 days. .Minoru Park. Weather 
clear. 

Presiding Judge. Tlionias J. Wellman. Starter 
Edward TTilie. Racing Secretary, Rolmrt F. L.-ightmi. 

11376 First Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 4- 

year-olds and upward. Selling. N< t value to win- 
ner $210; s«>cond, $t’.0; third, $30. 

, , ,, Eoniv. Od.ls 

Hor.s*'. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straiglit. 



(ioSOOIStim.'imin 107 3t H.-nloii lS-5 

11306 Coimnerce 115 I" W Tavior 7 

11023 NelnaskaLass 112 5- Hill ' H 

11172 ODIo 114 *> K .lacksoii 17-5 

11170-Farraml 104 I’ulled up. (Jentry '>1-5 

Time, 25%, 51, 1:18, 1:46%. Track muddy. 

$2 iiiiitiiels paid, I-hidie Xlott, $2:t.20 straight, 
$8.80 place. $5.20 sliow; SoiiDiern Gold, $4. to plai'e, 
$3.2o show; Stoneninn. $3.20 sliow. 

\\ iiiii.'r — T. A. Davies’ li. g, 5. b.v Ehlili.' Jones — 
XIotto (trained liv XI. Gnrrit.vi. 

Start go«Hl. Won easily; second and third .Iriving, 
Dverwelglits — Dtilo, 2 pounds. 

11382 Seventh Race — 1 Xlile. Purse $.300. 3-year- 
oiiis anil upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; second. $f4); third, $30. 

, , , Eipiiv. Ddds 

Tnd. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Straight. 

11309-Tremargo 115 1= Battiste 19-10 

10884 /iiikHinl 112 2'4 O'Brien H 

10981’i*. of Biilii'inia 107 3" .Stevens S 

10981 Frieze 107 4J Claver 9 

11309 Jack Laxson 107 5*4 Groth 3 

10981- Fastoso 112 6*' W Gargan 10 

11309 Don Enriipie 107 7 Hill 6 

rime. 25%, 51. 1:18%, 1:47%. Track muddy. 

$2 inntiK'Is paid, Treiiiargo. $5.80 straight. $3.0(1 
plai-e. $2.C0 sIhiw; /inkaiid. $7. '20 [ilace, $;: CO 
show: Prince of Bohemia. $.3.40 show. 

XViiiimr— G. Wentworth's cli. h. 7. liv Hanilsoiiie — 
Florence W. (trainml by G. XVetitworDi). 

Start giKHl. Won easily: second and third driving. 

11383 Eiglith Race— 1-2 Xlile. Purse $.300. 2- 

year-olds. Selling. Net value to winner $210; 
second. $C0; third. $30. 

Eqiiiv. Odds 

Tnd. Hor.ie. Wt. Fin. Jockiv. Straight. 

9605tXlrs. XIc 113 H U Bol.T.n.1 14-10 

11303 Va-Va 110 2* Washcar 8 

10918 Rlinlfax 113 .3'* Mole.sworth 17-5 

10883 Xlyra Hi lmer 105 Mott 5:J 

10982 Con jury lio 5"* Gentry 11 



11177 Biniimer III. 11.5 3'‘ Wickline 10 

10949 ITorence S. 112 4= Cook 11 

11310 B. of Iroquois 112 5'" W Taylor 4 

10899 Palaver 115 Groth 

Time, 25, 50%, 1:11. Track muddy. 

Jt)— niutiH'ls pftiil, (Jilbort Rost*, .stniifflit, 

Jrli.so $2.00 show: Klgln, $5.20 plaof, $:» 40 

sliow; Buniiner HI.. $3.40 show. 

Winner— Keiu> Stalile’s iilk. g, C. tiy Ravelston — 
Isivenii C. (trained hy S. Polk). 

Start gtsHl. Won easil.v; second and third driving. 

11377 Second Race— 7-8 .Mile. Purse $300. 3-vear- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$210; .secolid, $(k); third, $.30. 

, , Eqniv. Ddds 

iiaii »'?«• Joi'key. Straight. 

startler 112 1% Groth 81-10 

11304 Lehigli 113 2» D Boland 19-.5 



10874 Zoroaster 



11167 Sake 112 I’ulled u|>. Wa.shear 22 

rime. 25, 50%, 1:17%, 1:31%. Track muddy. 

$2 iiintuels paiil. Startler, $18.20 straight. $8 00 
Idace, .$5. .so show; Imhigli, $4.20 place. $4.00 show; 
Commendation, $21.80 sliow. 

Winner— C, N. Freeman’s hr. m, 5, by Stalwart 
— Uossa (trained b.v C. N. Frecinau). 

Start good. Won easily; second aud third driving 
Dverweiglits — Imhigh, 1 iHiuud. 

11378 Third Race— C 1-2 Furlongs. I’urse $300. 3- 

year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to win 
tier .$210; .second, $C0; third, $.30. 



Time, 25, 50%. Track muddy. 

$2 nintiicls paid. Xlr;-:. XIc. $4, so straiglit. $3.40 
[ilace, $2.10 show; Va-Va. $5., so placi', $2.40 sh-ow; 
Itimifax. S2.20 sliow. 

Winner — H. XlcDaiiiel's cli. f. liy Cesarion — Edith 
XIc (traim-d li.v H. XlcDaiiicl). 

Start good for all Imt .Xlta Limn Maid. XVon driv- 
ing; second and Diird Die same. 

Overweights — .\lta Loma XIaid, 3 iiimnds; .Mrs. 
XIc, .3. 

11384 Ninth Race — .5 1-2 Furlongs. I’nrse $300. 4- 

year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $210; second, $C0; third, $30. 

EqiDv. Ddds 

Ind. Ilors*'. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Striiiglit. 

11017-MoraIiglit 112 li> Pickens 4<V10 

11306 J. Henderson 115 2* W Taylor 19-20 

10966 Dr. Neiifer 112 3‘ Groth 5 

11017 Oswald B. 112 4» Wa.shear 12 

H170-''Hi'l. Hawkins 112 5'1 Cavanaugh 11 

10361 Firi'inaii 115 6 Havilcn 14 

33me. 25. 50«i. 1:11%. Track muddy. 

$2 mntiii'ls [laid. Moraliglit. $IO.oo straiglit, $.3.20 
idace, $2.C>o show: Judge Hcndersim. $2. Co place, 
$2.40 sliow: Dr. Nonfer. $.3.00 show. 

Winner — W. XI. Baird's l>. g, 4. by Xloralcs — 
Xliss Doliglitly (trainisl i.y W. XI. Baird). 

Start giMid. Won driving; sccoiiil and third the 
same. 

GREAT FALLS FORM CHART. 

GREAT FALLS, Mont., September 12, 1913.— 

Tvv.'lftli da.v. Noi'Dii-i'ii XIoiilaim Racing .Vssociai 
t ion's XliS'ting of 13 da.vs. Weather clear. 

Presiding .Indgi'. J. T. Ireliind. Sliirter, James 
Doiiiivaii. 

11385 First Race — i 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $'2.50, 3- 

yi'iir-oliis and upward. Si lling. Net value lo win- 
ner $190: si-coml. $40; Diinl. $2o. 

Iml. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. Dp. CL 

11134 Free 103 IJ Bezanson 6-5 8-5 

11370 Tuli 103 2“ Meniiia 8 10 

11312 < .lohnson 100 3i* M Matthews 2 8-5 

11370 .X. .Sclmeider lOS 4<> XV -McIntyre 3-2 8-5 

11127 Figent 104 5 A .Murray 8 10 

Tliiie. 24%, 49%, 56. Track fast. 

Winner— G. Palmer’s li. f, 4. liy Witlmrs— Pru« 
(trained liy Xt. Sliiclilsi. 

Start fair. Won driving; second ami third tb'i* 
sanic. * 

Dverweiglits— Figent, 1 [Mmiid. 

11386 SiK'oiid Race — 5 8 Xlile. Piirsi' $2.50. .3-.vear- 

olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$190; second. $40; Diinl, $20. 

Ind. Horse. WI. Fin. Jocke.v. Op. Cl. 

1 1 3 1 7 - Bi'llsnicker 109 1“ W McIntyre 1 6-5 

1 1361 ’Regards 113 2’ .Slelaff 7-lo3 5 

1 1246 Chop Green 109 3=J Mempa 10 lo 

11370’Scar. XX’illiamloO I’’* .M Matthews 5 6 

11372 Zool 109 5 A Murray 5 6 

Time. 24%, 49, l:0i%. Track, 'fast. 

XViimcr o. I>. Romlgh’s li. g. 10, liy XlirDifiil— 
Flight (Irulimd liy D. P. Roniigli). 

Start goml. Won ilriviiig; second and Dilrd the 
same. 

Overweights — Regards, 4. 

11387 Tliird Race — 5 1-2 Fiirloiigs. Purse $250. 3- 

yi'ar-olds and upward. Selling. .Net valiii' to win- 
ner $1!)<I; second, $40; Diinl, $2i>. 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jiqikey. Dp. Cl. 



1 1375’Brigham 
1 13I6''Uuc 



1= M Matthews 4 4 



113I6-''Uuc 111 23 XV McIntyre 4 4 

ll314 = Char. Brown 107 3'X XX’oods 2 3 

II 361 -Mill Jones 111 4’* E Cotton 4 5 1 



( 1 1360)Sainville 



Time. 24%, 49, l:085i. Track fast. 
XX’inner— C. Foiintaiii’s li. g. .3, by Tlic Weaver — 
Xlildred Slinlts (trained liy D. S. Fimiitaiiil. 

Start giMMl. XX’on easily; sei'imd ami third driv- 
ing. 



— n-s 


Mile. 


Purse .$:i()o. 


3 year- 


Allowanci 


s. Net valiii' 


to will- 


$50; 


Diinl, 


$25. 




XVt. 


Fin. 


Jocke.v. 


Dp. Cl. 


rnl06 


IJ 


P.auley 


3 5 


lot 




XV oods 


H-a 


lOl 


3» 


Mcniiia 


I 9 10 


106 


4'i 


A Murr.ay 


l.'i l.*o 



Time. 24<i. 51%, 1:11. Track muddy. 

$2 nintiii-ls paid. Pruvinc'. $C.20 straigID, $3.C*l 
[dace, $;:.2o sliow: Xluller. .$.5. Co plai'e, $.3.80 show: 
l..'iil.v Pi'inliT. $5.00 sliiiw. 

XX’iiiner F. E. Baird's 1>. g. bv Allmla — Q iK'Ih'c 
( trained li.v E. E. B.iinl). 

Start good. XX ou driving; second aud third the 
same. 



Ind. Horse. 



11120’Kiivy loi 3» Mcniiia I 9 10 

11120 Hardy 106 4D A Murray 15 20 

( I 1137 iKIiz.H'rw’d 106 5 M Matthews 4 3 

Time, 23%, 48, 1:00%, Track fast. 

XVinner -S. U. Hinvsi'r's b. m, .5, t.v Box -Sallie 
Xl.'irsliall (Iraitii'il liy S. It. Howser). 

.8tart good. Won driving; si'cimd and Diinl the 
same. 



11389 Fifth Race — 1 .Mile. I’ursc $2.50. li-vear-olds 
am! upward. .Selling. Net value to wiiiu’t'r .'S190; 
seciniil, $40; third. $20. 

Iml. Horse. XX’t. Fin. .Tockev. Oil. Cl. 

1 1 3(53 - Blui'-Beard 105 I’ XX'ooils 1 3-2 

( 1 1363 ) .\rbutus lio 2- B.'Z.anson 3-2 7-10 

1 1363’Mad.Musg’ve 110 .'! Murray 3-2 2 

Time. 25%. 50. 1:15%, 1:41'»>. Track fast. 

XX inner — XX'. H. Tnlley’s li. g. .’!, b.v Bines — Qneeii 
Bidiiga itraiiii'il b.v .1. J. P.iMikcn. 

Start giMsl. XVim easil.v; sei'imd and Diird Die 
sa nil'. 

11390 Sixth Race — 3-4 Xlile. Purse $250. l-vcar- 

iil.ls ami upward. S«*111iig. Net valnc in winner 

$11N>; si'cimil, $tO; Diinl. $'J0. 

Iml. Horse. XVt. Fin. Jockey Op. Cl 

( I 1361 lAngi-Iu.s ms 1* K Cotton 7-102-5 

( 11313 X.'aleth’pian 108 2' .M Matthews 3 4 

ll375’N'o (Ju.arter lOS 32* Wooil.s 4 6 

(II3I7)Tim Judge lOS 4 A Murray 3-2 2i 

Time. 2b. -i9%. 1:14%. Trjick fast. 

Winner — Cotton iV Tliompsoii’s lir. g. s. by .Sand- 
ringham- X'l-spcrs (trained b.v C. I.. .S.\iidi'ri. 

.Sl:irt giHHl. Wmi easil.v; si'cond and Diird driving. 

DEER LODGE FORM CHART, 

DEER LODGE, Mont., September 5, * 1913. -Sixth 
da.v. Powell Coiinty Itaclng and F:iir .VssiM'iatioii’s 
Xli'i'Dng of 14 da.vs. XVeather clear, 

I’lvsiilhig .liiilgi-. IL G. Xaiilmi. Starter, lames 
lliilcy. itacing Sicri'lary, Giurgc S. Kbitz. 

11391 First K.'ici' — .5 .s Xlile. Piirse $'2(Mi. 2 year- 

olds. Selling. Net valiic to winner .81.50; secomi, 
$;’ai; Diird, $'20. 

Ind. Hors.'. Wt. Fin. JiM-kcv. tip. Cl. 

1 102 7''’Uara X'ez mi 1' Lalnll’ 10 15 

1 I I2X Di al Carroll 109 2D Kyan 3 -i 

1 0989 - .Mi.ss 3'cm[>o 109 .3li Uo.sen 1 1 

1 1027- Bertha V. lOt T* Agimyo 4 4 

10989 Jill’s I’liicu.s 112 W Fischer 20 30 



Wiiiiii'r -Diinovan A- XlcLi-iimm's i,r. g. liy Dot 
Ilf Ki'acli .Xiinie rhoinpsmi (trained ti.v F. Harring- 
ton 1. 

.Start giiiMl. Won liamlily; second and third driv- 



11392 Si'cond Race .'t 4 Xlile. P((rsi' $2iHl. 3-.voar- 
olils and ((pwani. Si lling. N«'t valin- to winner 
$1.50; Si-ioiid. $:'.0; Diinl, $20. 

Inil. Hni'M'. \\'l. I'in. .Im kev. Op. Cl. 

IlllO-Uub. MinsCl Hi 1% Hosin' 6-5 3-2 

11132 » Bay Rose 111 2» XX' Fistdier 6 7 



FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1913. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



Kl 1’crlocto 108 Si Agii;iyi> S 11-5 

IIIS’J l/<t. riiiUoii 115 4J l.alxM « 8 

lino Fl<cktu‘.v lOj 5*i Kviin « 10 

IIO08 King.slxy l<i;> fi. Kik.y t; m 

100.5'j M. CiiininannlOl* 7 Tedwcll 10 SO 

Tiino, 2S^, 51, 1:18^4, Track fast. 

WTiiiiit - ,\1. .Malliitfs <-h. g, .5. liv tStalwart — 

K;i.li!iii<-<‘ (liiiin.M liy A. .M. Miillatt). 

Start gn<«l. \V<m easily; Sfcotid ami lliiril driving, 
ttverweiglits — Kingsley. 4 iwumls; Maud fattiitianti. 

r>. 



11393 Tliird K.-iee — 7-S .Mile. I'ttrse .■{-year- 

elds attil ti|iw:ird. Selling. Net value to vviuuer 
.<1.5ti; s«-enud. $;;o; tliird. JSO. 

liid. ller«>. Wt. rill. Jockey. Op. Cl. 

MlllllliFrog Eye 111 1* Aguayo a 15 

111111 I l,ajoic 114 1” Riley 7-lo::-5 

^ 1 I 1 03'J 1 Ee.sear 114 3“ Rosen S 11-5 

t 1 1 lO'S )l‘ro Realis 114 4 AV Fischer 8 7 

•l iiiie. 25>/j. 50. 1:16%, 1:30%, Track fast. 
Winner — Meppas A: O’lhiuneirs li. g, 4. liy W’i*)ls- 
ttierpe — Cakewalk tiraiiHUl hy J. Hoppasi. 

Start g(MHl. Well easily; seeiaid ami tliird driving. 



11394 Feurtli Raei* — 1 Mile. I’urse S-year- 

elds ami upward. S«dliug. Net value to winner 
81.50; seeeiid, $.{0; lllird, FJO. 

lud. llerst*. Wt. Flu. Jia-kev. Op. Cl. 

lIlir.aMar. Coghill KM: 1» W Fischer 3 31 

< 1 110.1). Mike Donlinlll l”i Lahell 3-2 -j" 

1 I I l.>-l)ottio R. 106 3>i Riley 3 3i 

IIIO'J .I’ge Walton ’09 4= Tedwell 3 3 

lllll^F’st Fashion 108 5 Rosen 10 12 



11391 Herllia V. 107 2“ Aguayo 3-5 3-5 

11128 F.d l.iiee 111) 3’' .Maloney 6 6 

7807 Keiunier 107 4 W F'iseher '-'O 10 

Time. 25, 50, 57. Track fast. 

Winner— Feiiutaiu A .Meiiuee’s Or. c, hy tSolf Rail 
— Nannie Nelan itraiiwd Oy .V. <J. Rlair). 

Start g(HKl. Wen easily; sm-oud and tliird driving. 



11417 Se'eond Race — 4 1-2 nirloiigs. I’urse $'20o. .'{- 
year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $1.50; second, $.’{0; third, $20. 

Ind. Horse. Wt. I'll!. Jockey. Op. Cl. 

11111 .Max. Wheeler 11!) 1* W Fischer 2 9-5 



10084 Rill Finn li:{ 

11110 .Mbei't Jones ill! 

11396 Copiterlield 112 

97914 .M idsiiiuiner 11!) 

10617 Ilatti 106 



2“ Donovan 
3t> W I’owers 
4- Maybey 
5 Ryan 
I.a;ft. Maguire 



Time, 25%. 51. 1:18. 1:46%. Track fast. 

W inner - F. Wallhauser’s b. f, 4, by Wadsworth 
— .\gno itraim-d liy F. Ferigiu). 

Start giXNl Won easil.v; second and third drivin.g. 
I tverweigiits — Judge Walton. 3 liounds; First 
Fashion, o. 



11395 Fiflli Kaix’ — 3-4 Mile. I’urse .$2*8). 3-year- 
olds and upward. Si-lling. Net value to winner 
.$1.-|0; M-i-ond. $:{I); third. *20. 

li.d. Horse. Wt. Fin. .loekey. On. Cl. 



1 33 Roberta 



Time. 25, 50%, 1:18%, Track fast. 
Winner- II. Foss’ ti. g. .5. by (Jolden Badge-- 
Knlieseent (trained li.v .T. W. Mitridiy). 

Start gtsal. Won cantering; second and tliird driv- 
ing. 



11396 .Sixth Race — 5-S Mile. I’nrse $2<R). ;!-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 



AVt. 


Fin. 


, .loeke.v. 


Op. Cl. 


lud. Hors.’. 


AVt. 


F'in. 


Jockey. 


Op. Cl. 


112 


P 


Rosen 


1 


8-5 


ni31>Tliistle Belle 


KMi 


li 


W Fischer 


8-3 6-5 


106 




Aguayo 


10 


7 


10686’1’ajaridta 


108 


•»3 


Donovan 


6-5 2 


112 


3U 


Tedwell 


2 


8-5 


llliS’.Aiine McGee 


10;{ 


3* 


Ryan 


8 8 


112 


4- 


Rile.v 


3 


31 


10992’ Buss 


108 


1- 


I-«hell 


5 5 


115 


i> 


AV F'iseher 


10 


8 


11131 Duucraggan 


105 


5 


Morse 


6 0 



Dili. Ilors.’. 


AVt. 


F'in. JiM-ke.v. 


Op. Cl. 


1 1 1 1'2’Tramc 


112 


P. AA’ F'i. seller 


3-5 3-5 


1 1 1 PJ Sixteen 


lot 


2- Aguayo 


4 5 


1 1099’Kinfolks 


107 


;t" Maloney 


20 20 


11133 1 'oppcrfielil 


109 


4’’ Riley 


50 36 


J 10*^5) IJshful 


5 Rosen 


2i 2 



Winner — S. Cnnningliam’s lir. h. 7, by Cesariou— 
Trampiii (trained liy N. Kvans). 

Slari good. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

Overweiglits — Kinfolks. 3 |K>iiuds; CopiaTlield, o; 
Bashful Bettie. 5. 



DEER LODGE FORM CHART. 

DEER LODGE, Mont., September 6, 1913. — -Sev- 
enth da.v. I’owell Coniit.v Racing and Fair Asso- 
ciation's .Mi'eling of 14 da.vs. Weather clear, 

I’residing Judge. H. G. Valiton. Starter, James 
Haley. Raein.g Se'civlar.v, Ib-orge S. Klotz. 

11416 First Race -4 1-2 Furlongs. I’urse $2oo. 2- 

year-olds. .Maidens. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $1.50; second, $r>' ,nlrd, $20. 

Ind. Hors«-. Wt. Fin. Jm-key. Op. Cl. 

11128 Hard Ball 110 I’jj Donovan 3-2 8-5 



1 1 /I PC K FIRST RACK— 3-4 Mile. (0.5012 -1 :12— 6— 11.5. > 

-L -L fj Selling. Net value to winner $;2I.5; stH-oml, 



index Horses AWtI’I’St 



1 I33.5-ETiIELDA WB 7 109 5 7 

1 |•'H«»H1I.LY HARNES w n 5 112 S 3 

10783 LA HOLD wii 5 112 7 2 

^214 A, R’ DUE WATER w 5 109 2 4 

1 .53’'TRAVELL<ER WB 7 112 1 I’ulled up. 

’^!)!)!)3n{I'.SA' WB 6 11-2 3 I’ulled up. 

•2717 J.Vi’K RIEOF7R w 5 109 4 I’ulled up. 

11-288 HIM. WH.M.EY w 3 107 6 I’ulled up. 

IJ-284 O ’TI.S TRUE W 3 104 9 F 



AWtri’St % % % Str Fin Jia-key 



1* I’Jl- I'iJ McCabe W Grater 
3< 2’’ 2” T.oftus H Boone 
2’ 2= 3' S’* E Martin H Benzinger 
4 4 4 4 J HanoverJ B Riley 
I up. W AndressJ F Gaffney 

I up. Goose Adair & Raker 

I up. Gross S C Nuckolls Jr 

I ui>. J Henry T F Krannon 

i up. Buxton M C Moore 



E«iuiv. Otlds Str’t 



355-100 



IJ'284 O ’TIS TRUE w 3 104 9 Fulled up. Buxton M C Moore 51 

Time, 24%, 49%, 1:15%. Track good. 

$2 inittiiels paid, Ktbelda, $!).10 straight, $4.00 jilace, $3.10 show; Rilly Barnes. $11.20 place, $4.00 
shew; I.alMild. $.':.7II show. 

Kipiivaleiit lasikiug odds — Ethelda, :!.5.5 to 100 straight, 100 to 100 place, 3o to 100 show; Billy Barnes, 
4i!o t<i HNl plai'e. 130 to UK) show; I.alHild. K.5 to KKI sIh.w. 

Winner — ('ll. m. hy EthellH-rt— Higli Society (trained tiy AV. Gratert. 

AVent to post at 2:10. At jHist 1 minute. Start good and slow. AVon handil.r; second and third driv- 
ing KTHKM).\ sprinted into llie lead at oiiee and easil.v lield iter fcdkiwers safe for the entire race. 
I’.II.I.Y BAR.NKS made a game effort and easily dis)iosed of L.VBOI.D In Hie stretch. LABOI.D ran as if 
short and slionid la- improved hy llie race. -U.l.KN BRIDGEWATER had m> mishaps. The others were 
{lulled lip. their riders iiilmrliig under tlie lM>lief tliat it was no start. . 

Seratehed — ( 1 t inoi Jiiines Dockery. Iti7; 112.50 Bill.v Holder. 104; S771 Mae Taft. 90. 

(iverweights— Bill AA'haley, 3 {amnds. 



11456 



Index Horses 

!)l(il’>JOHN GUND 
11200 DEFOSIT 

10- 28.> BUCK KEENON 

11 - 2.57 FRA.NCIS 
11 •260 MESH.A(.’H 

I 1-257 J. NOLAN 
1F260 LFFTLE BEAN 

II •260 S.VDORUS 

9307 SOUTHERN LAD 
AVOODBURN 
INTERMEDIATE 
t.Mutnel held. 



* SECOND RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. t.54:{10— 1 •.(Hii:.. — 4—117.) $:{.50 added. 2 year-olds. 

) .Maidens. Colts end Geliiings. Sia'cial AVeights. Net value to witiner $;{95; second 

$.50; tliird. $2.5. 

AAA'tl’FSt *4 ’,a % Sir Fin Jockeys Owners Eqiilv. Oilds Str’1 

iUND WB 112 10 3 2'J 2* 2- 1“ J McCabe A Baker 90-10< 

T w 112 6 2 10 15 li 2- Keogh AA'cber & AA’ard tD 

xEENON WB 112 3 9 7i> 6’ 3* 3’ Buxton S Bedford 8! 

IS w 109 9 7 6'i 51* 4’ 41 Brady J E Madden ) 

(.’H WB 112 8 1 5= 41 5> 51 AA' Andress AA’ J AVeber 2 

AN w 112 4 5 S’ 9’ S’ 6- Loftus J I.ivingston ! 

1 BEAN WB 112 7 10 9’ S’ 7'1 7’ Gross F7 Bean 11 

I’S w 112 11 6 3“ 3J «i 8J J Henry D Hill 

BUN LAD w HR) 14 4-71 9’ 9“ E Martin J C Cahn 6: 

tURN w 112 5 8 11 10 10* 10’ J HanoverJ *AA' Johnson 5! 

dEDIATE w 112 2 11 10 11 11 11 A’an DusenAA’ F Scully lo: 



7i> 6’ 3* 3’ Buxton 
6'i 55 4’ 41 Brady 



1II8'2 SOSIUS w 107 3 5 2i 2- 1>. I’l J Henry J Mvingston i3S0-10O 

1 1 '2 1 •» : |{A< • w 112 5 2 11 11 2* 2- I.oftus E K Bradley 4-5 

( 1()71'2 tOSAFlA'l w 110 4 4 31 31 3’i 3.'. Gros.s .1 Hochrein 3 

l()77!)‘-’DELh'T w lo7 11 t-* 4" 4' 4* Buxton J 1-lvingston t 

11 ’87 IS.ABFLI.E A'ALl.E w 103 2 3 5 .5 .5 .5 A'an Du.senA\' E Fhillips 35 

.t'onpled in la'tiiiig. Time, 23%. 48‘’i. 1:15%. Track good. 

.<2 mntiiels i>aid. Sosins. $9. lit) .■-tniiglit $2.S(i jdaee: Bae. $L’.tiO place; no sliow iniltiiel.s sold. 

Eonivalent txaiking lald- Soi-iii.-. :’.S0 to R'O straight. 4b to RK) place; Bae. .{0 lo KH) place. 

AVinner Br. e. t>y S<ditaire li. — -Vya (trained iiy M. Gotdtdattl. 

Went to post at .\t (H>st 1 minute. *tar* goml and slow. AA'on easil.v; seeond and third driving. 

SOSH'S wits well up from the start and. inissliig B.\C in tlie final eiglith. was drawing away fa.st at the 
end. B.\('' .'liowed tlie most early sixs-d and s«-t a fast pare, lint was nnaldi* to witlistand the winner’s 
Jim.i riisli. (iSAFl.E dropiH-d liaek in the first ijnarter, Imt ran gamely and held DELFT sate in the final 
drt\e. Tiid.FT bad no inisha'ts. 

SiTatelied — ItX'vtb I’.laek Toney, 119. 

Ovr-rwidglits — Sosins. 2 rsmuds; Isalielle A’alle. 3. 



J lavingston 
E R Bradley 
.1 Hochrein 
J l.lvingston 



i3S0-10O 



Str Fin Jockeys Owners Lquiv. Odds Str’t 



^ pe FIF'I'H RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (.5094- -1 :4.5'% — 5—110.1 I’nrse $400. 3-year olds. 

^ -Mlowances. Net value lo winner IlfO: sci-ond. *7.5; third. $2.5, 

' imp.x Horses .AWtFFSt % ’? % Str Fin Jm-keys Owners Euiiiv. Odds Srr’t 

1 1336*GO\A'KLL W'^12 .5 4 4' .5 4* 15 Ink Gross J T Weaver 205-100 

( ll?.'>8)KLEF.URNE w 115 1 3 14 1' 15 2' A 2* C Turner A Turney 7-10 

1 I •’86 ■ FLYIN*’’ TOM w 1025 3 1 3’ 3- 2'1 3* ."- Buxton D W Scott 21 

1F>86 U STEFF.V w 103 4 5 5 45 3» 4* 4* J MeCabe F H Hawkins 47 

( I i ’ 1.1 (THE GR.VDER w 103 2 2 2’ 2’ 5 5 5 E Martin J T Hughes 13 

Time. 23%. 48’^, 1:14%. l;41>/5. 1:46<». Track good. 

$2 miitnels paid. Cowell. $6.10 straight, $‘.’..50 place, $2.20 show; Kleliunie. $2.40 place. $2.20 show; 
1 5.’iiig Tom, $2.70 show. 

Kqiiivaleiit tsoking ihIiJs— Gewell. ‘2<t5 ti> IbO siralglit, 2.5 to 100 place. 10 to 100 show: Klelmme, 20 to 
I'Hi p'aee Ib to lt$i show; Flying Tom. 3.5 to Ibb sliow. 

Winner — f'li. f. I>v Oit AA'ells— Re.s|>otisive (trained tiy J. T. AVeaveri. 

AVent to post at 4;20. At imst 2 miuules. Sturt good and slow. VA'ou driving; second ami third the 



same. GtiWELL was given a giKxl ride and. moving tip residntely after going a lialf mile tinder restraint, 
outstayed KLEBUlt.NE throngli tlie last sixteenlli »>f a sliaridv contested drive. KLERURNE set tlie leiee 
and was niiieli used to dis|a>se of THE GRADER and FLYl.NG TOM in the first three-ijiiarters and tirwl 
:-liglitly iH’ar the end. F1.YIN'(» TOM rati a ginal race ainl lasti’d fairly well in the final drive. THE 
GR.VDER retired after going a goial three-quarters. 

Overweights — Flying Tom. 24 tHiimds. 



I T A SIXTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. (9.5642 — 1:12 — 6 — 1L5. i $.">.5t) added. 3-.vear-olds and iqiward. 

JL Allowances. Net value to whim r $.!L5; second, $,5(); tliird, $2.5. 



Index Horses -AWtPPSi 

11334 = MERRICK WB 10 112 2 1 

1 1*286*1 'RISCO WB 3 103 3 3 

11336 HIGH FRIALATE WB 7 116 1 4 

11256*HOFF'MAN w 7 111 4 2 



.AWtPPSt ’4 */^ % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 
WB 10 112 2 1 1* 1> 15 1.J Loftus J C Milam 

WB 3 103 3 3 35 2'i 2’i 2J C Turner A Turney 

WB 7 116 1 4 4 4 3‘ 3« Goose .Adair & B 



•Piiiie. 24»/s, 49, l:14«i. 



Goose .Adair & Baker 
AA’ AndressGallaher Bros 
Track good. 



Eqiiiv. Odds Str't 
710-100 
6 
19-20 
33-10 



Time. 25, 50, 67%. Track fast. 

AVinner — T. Buie's lir. m, 6. liy Colonel AA'heeler 
— Nainimax (traineil liy B. L. Strausser). 

Start gisMl fiH’ all liut llatu. AVon easily; seeond 
and third driving. 

Overweiglits — Alliert Jones, 1 iioiind. 



11418 Tliird Race — 1 .Mile and 20 Yards. Purse 
$2.5b. ;!-yenr-olds and iqiward. Selling. Net value 
to winner $2(X); seeond, $.'{0; third, $20. 

Ind. Horse. AA’t. Fin. JcK-key. Op. Cl. 

I1130'-Sam Connor 105 14 Morse 2 1 

(i:il5)Lew Hill 103 24 Ryan 4 44 

(11130)1). Dougherty lOS 35 AV Fischer 8-5 2 

11130 N'aimieMcDee 105 4 Donovan 2 1 

Time, 25, 50’%, 1:17, 1:45%, Track fast. 
Winner— J Hennessey's eli. g, 4. by .Sam I’hllUits 
— Katherine Connor (trained b.v AA'. L. Stanfield). 

Start good. AA'oti driving; second and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Sam Connor, 2 pounds; Nannie Ale- 
Dee, 3; Ia‘W Hill, 2. 



11419 F'ourtb Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. I’urse $250. 3- 
year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to wln- 



Index Horses AAA’tl’PSt *4 V, 



Index Hijses AAVtI’PSt >4 y, % Str Fin Joeke.vs Owners Eipilv. Odds Str't 



w 102 4 1 6’ 6* 2’ 14 1’ A’an DusenM A Colton 

w 102 5 8 8 8 7« 3- 2’ E Martin W A Kirwan 

rtt 105 2 3 2’ 2’4 1’ 25 3’ J McCabe A Baker 

w HI 6 7 7 7 6‘ 55 45 B Steele J K Allen 

^B 102 8 2 1’ 14 34 4’ 54 J McDon’dA B Spreckels 
w 104 1 5 5’ 5’ 45 6* 6* Gross J Livingston 
w 102 7 4 45 35 54 7 7* Buxton H F Headley 

w 101 3 6 3' 44 8 8 8 Meehan D Hill 



Time. 24%. 49>%, 1:09’%. Track fast. 

AVinner — AA’. J. Diiim’s lir. m. 7, b.v Knight of the 
Tliistle — BelturlMd (trained liy J. Xattress). 

Start giH)d. Won driving; seixmil and third the 
same. 

Overweights — Thistle Belle, 1 pound; Anne Mc- 
Gee, 4. 



11420 Fifth Race— 3-4 Alile. Fiirse $2<)b. 3-year- 
i>ids and upward. .Selling. Net value to winner 
$1.50; seeond, $30; tliird, $20. 

lud. Horse. AVt. Fin. Jockey. Op. Ol. 

11113*I)eeene.v 114 IJ Ryan 3-2 9-5 

(11112U'ountry Boy 114 2* Donovan 1 1 

11129Hiolf Ball 112 3* Maguire 6 5 

11133*Seerete 114 4 Milehan 6 10 

Time, 24%. 49%. 1:17. Track fast. 

AVinner — AA'. Genimell's br. in. 5, by Martinet — 
Memories (trained by AA’. Harris). 

Start giKsl. AA’on driving; second and third the 
sn me. 



11421 Sixtli Rai'c — 1 Milo and 2o Y’ards. Pursi' 
$2(8). 3-.vear-olds and ujiward. Selling. Net 
value to wiuner $150; seeond. $:!0; third, $20. 

Ind. Horse. AA’t. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. 

11133’Medio 111 1* AV Fischer 6-511-10 

11114’ Fa triotie 106 •-’* Ryan 4 16-5 

11129 Sleeidaiid HKi 3 Donovan 6-5 3-2 

11110*G(dden ShowerlOO Pulled u]>. Labell ’20 2o 

Time. 25%. 51, 1:17%, 1:43%, 1:45%. Track fast. 

AA’iniier — (5. AA’. Stratiser’s 1>. m, 7. by Bannock- 
burn— Lucille Bramlde (trained b.v B. I.. Strauser). 

Sturt g(xxi. AA’on cantering; se<x>nd and third driv- 
ing. 

Overweights — Patriotic, 3 pounds. 



$•2 miitiiels i»aid, Merrick, $1(;.2() straight, $5.10 place; Criseo, $4.60 place; no sliow niiitiiels sold. 

Equivalent Usiking mills— .Merrick, 710 to RNt straight, L55 to 1(8) place; Criseo, l.{() to 1(81 place. 

AViniier — Cli. g. b.v Golden Garter — Bianca (trained by \. J. Jolinsoii). 

AA’ent to |swt at 4:.51. At post 2 minutes. Start gmai and slow. AA'on driving; second and tliird 
*!'V MERRICK was bard ridden throiigbont, showed tlie most s|H-ed all tlie wa.v and oiitgamed 

CRISCO in the final drive. The latter imived ui> gaiuel.v after going a quarter, Imt Isn-ed out in the 
stretch tinder punisliinent. HIGH FRIA’.VTE, probabl.v best. sutTered from repeat(*d liiterfereiiee and 
was going fastest at the end. IIOFFM.AN sliowed <-arlv spe»sl. imt lost ground after going llie first 
quarter. 



1 1^01 SEVENTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (9.S.'!0.5— 1 :42'%— ;{— 98.) Purse $4(8). 3-year- 
-L xj -L olds. Selling. Net value to winner $.'{(8i; second. $75; third. $25. 



11339 MARSHON w 102 4 1 6’ 6’ 2’ I4 1’ A’an DusenM A Colton 505-100 

11397 L. H. ADAIR w 102 5 8 8 8 7« 3- 2’ E Martin W A Kirwan 33-5 

11*214 BARNARD wB 105 2 3 2’ 2’4 1’ 25 3’ J McCabe A Baker 34 

H'261*B. OF BRYN ilAAA’R w HI 6 7 7 7 6‘ 55 45 B Steele J K Allen 129 

ll'»89 AJIITY WB 102 8 2 1’ 14 34 4’ 54 J McDon’dA B Spreckels 7 

11339 BALLYSHE w 104 1 5 5’ 5’ 45 6’ 6* Gross J Livingston 11 

11 '289 ’KATRINE w 102 7 4 45 35 54 7 7* Buxton H P Headley 23-10 

97'21 ARTFUL ART w 101 3 6 3' 44 8 8 8 Meehan D Hill 50 

Time. 24%, 49%, 1:16%, 1:4»%. 1:47%. Track good. I 

$2 miitnols paid. Mtirshon, $12.10 straight, $8.60 place, $5. .50 .show; L. H. Adair, $.'53.70 place, $14.60 
show; Barnard, $3.90 show. 

Equivalent Iswking odds— Marsbon, .505 to 100 straight. .1.‘{0 to 100 place, 175 to 100 show; L. H. 
Adair. 1.58(5 to 1(8) place. (>{0 to K8) show; Barnard, 95 to 1(8) show. 

AA’inner — B. g, l>y .Marathon — Edna Siiannon (trained b.v E. T. (Vdton). f 

AVent to |Kist at 5:19. At iK>st 1 minute. Start good and slow. AVon handily; s(>conU and tliird driv- 
ing. M.ARSHON iK’gan slowl.v, but moved uj) with a rush after going a half mile and drew out In the 
stretcli under a mild drive. L. H. ADAIK suffered from earl.v interference and closed a big gap In the 
last half. BAKNARI) ran well and t(X)k the lead on tlie lust turn, but tired in, the last ((iiarter. BEt.LE 
OF BRVX M.WVR was goin.g fast at the end. AMITY tired after setting the early iiaee. KATRINE quit 
hadl.v. B.VI.LYSHE liad m> mishaps. 

Overweights — Belle of Bryn .Mawr. .1 pounds; Ballyslie. 2: .Artful Art, 3. 



D ORVAL PARK F ORM CHAR T. 

MONTREAL, QUE.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1913.— (Dorval I’arki. Fourth da.v. Dorval Park 
J’s'ke.v Ulnl). Inaugural Mei-ting.of (> da.vs. (2!) Isniks on.) 'Weather cloudy. 



I’residing Steward, Joseph A. Murphy. Presiding Judge, Thomas J. Clay. Starter. A. B. Dade. Rac- 
ing S«>eretary. Sheridan Clarke. 



Riieiug starts at 2:45 p. m. (Chicago time 1:4.5 (>. m. ). ‘Indicates apprentice allowance. 



1 1 /t ^ FIRST R.VCE — 3-4 Mile. I’nrse $4(8). .1-year-o1ds and n)iward. Selling. 
JL Net value to winner $:{(K); seeond. $60; third. $40. 



1 Iors<-s 



A AVt I’P St 14 ’% % Str Fin .T<x-ke.vs 



f) H 0 1 



24 3 24 1 1-2 



11348 CLIFF TOP w 4 99 3 1 15 1 5 24 1»5 H Phillips C Phillips 24 3 24 1 1-2 

11346 MISS .JOE w 4 103 2 2 3nk 25 34 2’ Halsey M J Donohue 4 5 5 2 4-5 

1 13()'2 PIA’A’lOrS w 5 107 8 4 44 4’ 4'* :{* Obert T AA’ O'Brien 4 44 44 2 1 

10834‘HERETIC w 5 104 4 3 5* 6’« 5’ 45 Alley C T Halsey 10 20 20 6 2 

11350 RED RIVER w 9 109 1 3 2’ 3’ Ink 510 Gould j Siniard 6 6 6 2 1 

11346 LILY PAXTON w 5 109 6 6 6* 555 6“ 6’ D McC’thyM O A’iau 5 6 6 2 1 

9539 ,ST. AGATHE w 4 107 5 7 7* 7” 7’“ 7»» Bedell M Minogue 30 60 60 20 10 

11346 MAXTON w 8 109 78 8888J McIntyre J W McGue 12 15 15 6 3 

Time, 26, 52. 1:20. Track slow. 

"■inner — B. f, hy C^Iifford — Toplash (trained hy J. Phillipsi. 

AVent to post at 2:.50. At post 2 minutes. Start g(xxl and slow. AVon driving; seeond and third the 
same. CLIFF TOI’ tmik the lead at once and, having raced RED RIVER Into defeat in the. first half, 
gamely oiitsdayed MISS JOE in tlie final drive. The latter made a wide turn when entering the home- 
stretclt. hut came again and almost got up to win. PLUA’IOUS raced forwardl.v from tlie start and tired 
in the last sixteenth. HERETIC finished fast. RED RIVER ran well to the homestreteU and tired in the 
lust I'ightli. 

Seratehed— 11202 Jim ().. KH; 11231 Handsoletta, 95. 

Overweights — .Miss Joe, 4 iMmnds; St. Agathe. 3. 



1 1 O SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. I’nrse $400. .'{-.vear-olds and upward. Selling. 

-L O N'et value to winner $;{00; seeond, $60; third, $4b. 



LEXINGTON FORM CHART. 



LEXINGTON, KY.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913.— Seventh day. Kentucky Association. Fall 
.Mi'ctiug of 9 da.vs. Weather clear. 



I’residing Judge, G. 1). AVilson. .Starter, Harry Morrissey. Racing Seeretar.v, W. II. Slielle.v. 



Racing starts at 2:15 p. m. (Chicago time 2:15 p. ni.). ‘Indicates apprentice allowance. 



-year-olds and upward. 



Did Horses AAA'tFPSt ’% % % Str Fin JtK'koys Owners O H C P 



1 1350’ ‘MISS PRIMITY WB 5 105 6 3 3‘i Ink 41 1*4 Alley T Cheek 12 26 26 6 .1 

11-298 ’TODDLING w 4 110 5 5 5”k 4’ 3’ 2nk Obert J U .Strode 6-5 6-5 6-5 1-2 out 

ll'J'27’SONG OF ROCKS w 5 111 7 4 6* 25 45 3’ C Knight J H Lamb 5 8 8 3 6-5 

10880 BI^CK CHIEF w 6 110 2 1 25 3’ 2 nk 4’ Gould J F Sweeney 4 4 4 8-5 4-5 

( 1135-2 )GOLLIA\’OGG w 4 105 3 6 45 6>» 5‘ 5’ Halsey W C Daly 6 8 8 3 1 

(1 1350 (CLEM KEACHEY w 6 105 12 1’ 54 6* 6« E Seharf E Minter 6 10 9 4 8 5 

(11 '2 76) ‘PIERRE DUM'Swb 4 110 4 7 7 7 7 7 Bedell J T West 6 10 10 3 1 

Time, 25. .50%, 1:04%, 1:I2’%. Track slow, 

AAMnner — Br. m, hy Contestor — Fata .Morgana (traiuial hy C. Ueedl. 

AA'ent to (lOst at 3:12. At (Kjst 3 minutes. Start good and slow. AVon driving: second and tlilrii tlie 
same. MIS.S I’Ul.MITY, after rimning close up from the start, moved uji witli a rusli on tlie outside on the 
tar turn and took tlie lead when entering the homestreteii, imt liad to lie ridden out to retain her advant- 
age. TdDDLING la-gan slowly and ran wide on the stretch turn, hut made a fast finisli. SDNG OP 
ROCKS closed a gap and tireil, hut came again and would have iH-eii s«*eond in another stride. BL.VCK 
CHIEF ran well to the stretch, then tired. CLE.M BEACHEY quit after going a quarter in the lead. 

Seratehed — 112(!2 tjueed, lb5. 



1 1 1 A THIRD R.VCE — 5 1-2 Furlongs, Purse $-K8.t. 3-year-olds and upward. Fillies. Mares 

-L TT and Geldings. Selling. Net value to winner $30b; seeond, $60; tliird. $lb. 



11300‘1”NCESS THORPEwb 6 105 6 4 
1130'2*TOM HOLLAND w 7 106 3 6 4= 3’ 14 2’ Gould N B Davis 8-5 9-5 9-5 7-lOout 

11410’OA’EU THE SANDSw 3 K6 4 7 7’ 6’ 6» 3* Halsey C E Tenney 10 10 8 3 3-2 

11347 PROTAGORAS WB 3 111 1 3 3"k 44 3’ 4* C Knight F Bere.sford 6 8 8 3 3-2 

11151 UNION JACK w 5 102 2 1 14 25 44 5* E Seharf H H Bonfidd 6 6 5 2 6-5 

11301 SOl’THERN SHOREw 3 105 8 2 '24 15 5* 6’ AVills G E Phillips 8 12 12 5 '24 

11415 SPIRELLA w 3 110 7 5 6-* 7* 7“ - 7* D McC’thyl Striker 8 12 12 5 24 

9501 CEDAR GREEN WB 3 110 5 S 8 8 8 8 A Fergus'nMrsEHBisaillon 20 50 50 20 10 

Time, 85%, 51%. 1:05, 1:12%. Track slow. 

AA inner — Br. m. hy AVoolsthorpe — Princess Bowling (trained hy J. AA’. MeGne). 

AA’ent to |K»st at .1:36. .\t (tost 3 minntes. Start good and slow. AA'on easil.v; seeond and third driv- 
ing. I’RINCESS THORPE worked her way np on the outside and turned wide wlien entering tlie Itoine- 
sinteli. hut finished with a rusli and won going awa.v. TOM HOLL.AND ran into the lead in the stretch 
and tired in Ihe last sixteenth. OA'ER THE S.VNDS closed a big gap and finished gamely. PROT.VGORAS 
was a forward contender to the last eighth. UNION JACK and SOUTHERN SHORE quit after alternating 
in pacemaking to the stretch. 

Seratelied — li:{.52 .T<m- Gaitens, 105; 112!)S Riistieana. lO.A. . 

Overweights — Tom Holland, 1 |K)Und; Protagoras, 1; Union Jack. 2. 



55 54 2’4 I'i J MeIntyreJ AV McGue 



4 5 3 2 1 

8-5 9-5 9-5 7-lOout 
10 10 8 3 3-2 

6 8 8 3 3-2 

♦i 6 5 2 6-5 

8 12 12 5 '24 



Eqiilv. Odds Str’t 
90-100 
tl8 

8 

24 

9 

11 



11465 



uiRfl 



t.Mutnel field. Time. 23’%, 48%, 1:02%, 1:09. Track good. 

$2 miitilels (laid. John (Jund, $.'!.t(b straight. $.'{.!I(J place, $:!..'{() sliow; Deisisit. field. $12.(H) (dace, $.">.50 
slnav: P.iiek Kei'iioii. .$4.:;b show. 

Kqiiivaleiit IsMikiiig ihIiIs — John ({mid. 9b to Ibb s-|riiiglit. 9.5 to 10b place. (>5 to 100 show; Deposit, field. 
.506 to DK) place. 17.5 lo 100 sliow; Buck Keenoii. 115 to 100 sliow. 

Winner- -B. e, liy I’eeji o’Day — .My ({yps (trained li.v .V. Baker). 

AVent lo post at 2:.->o. At post 2 mintiles. Start gissl and slow. Won driving; seeond and third the 
siiiiM'. JOHN GUND. in closest pursuit from tlie start and liard ridden all tlie way, gained steadil.v and 
just, got iiji to win in tlie last stride of a game finish. DEI'OSIT was given a good ride and showed tlie 
most s|H'od to the lioniestreteli. Imt tired in tlie last sixteenth. BUCK KEENON closed a l>ig ga(). ran a 
good race and tinislied fast. FR.VNCIS also closed a gap iind-r weak riding. MESHACH was prominent 
most of tlie wa.v. J. N’oI.AN dropia-d out of forward coiiteutiou iu the first quarter and closed a good gap 
in tlie streteli. 

Seratelied —lb6!i;> Naograne, 109. 



’ THIRD RACE— 1 Mile. (9.571S— 1 :37'-.x— .5— IbS.) Purs.. $:{50. 3-year-olds and upward. 

Selling. Gi*iitleiiieii Riders. Net Viiliie to winner $27.5; second. $5b; third. $2.5. 

Inde.x i lorses .V AVt I’P St % »I % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqiilv. O.lds Str’t 



113.15 GALLEY .S1,.VA’E w 6 142 3 1 Ink ih lu ]“ pi Mr H’liis’nL C .Shoi.e 100-160 

1 1397’ R( tA'.VL AMBER w 3 131 1 2 2H 2* 2”’ 2>* 2” Mr A’anM’r.T P Ross 12-5 

9819 I>.\DY NUTE w 4 142 2 5 3‘ 3‘ 3’ 3- 3* Mr B C'bsD Hill 20 

11400 ML-^.'^IE WB 3 132 4 6 6 4 ' 4’ 4’ 4”’ Mr B’ymanA D Steele 

11335 BOW AND ARROWw 3 1 32 5 4 4 ’ 5* 5* 5« S’” Mr Bell J K Allen 

11397 HAPPY APRIL Wll 3 132 6 3 5’ 6 6 



11 '299 HACK BAY 
1 1263’AV.ATER LADY 
(11299).S1R BL.\ISB 
1 1299 = .SHER\A’OOD 
( 11223) STB VESTA 
11298 BATAA’A 
11095 CHEMULPO 
11298’JOE KNIGHT 
tUouided iu betting; 



FOURTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. I’urse $l>00. All Ages. Handicap. 
Net value to winner $475: second, $75; third. $.50. 



Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



w 5 1034 6 3 1'4 1« 1’ 1’ Obert P Sheridan 

VDY w 2 87 7 4 2’ 2= 2’ 2’ H Phillips .S Louis 

SB WB 4 112 4 1 3’ 3* 3 ”k 3h Gould W P Fine 

[) WB 6 108 1 5 4’ 4’ 4» 4’ E Seharf J AA’ Hedrick 1 

V w 2 93 2 2 56 54 5* 5’ Smyth J F Kelly 

WB 4 106 8 6 
w 5 106 5 8 
WB 4 105 3 7 



5* 5’ Smyth J F Kelly 

‘4 6’ 6’ AVills J H Buseher 

‘ 7= 7’ J ilcIntyreJ AV Hedrick 

8 8 A Fergus’ nJ H I’enz 



0 II C P 



8 10 10 3 1 

12 15 15 5 2 

24 24 8-5 3-5 out 
t2 4 4 1 1-2 

15 20 20 5 2 

,56 106 166 40 20 
t2 4 4 1 1-2 

24 3 3 1 out 



11298’JOE KNIGHT WB 4 105 3 7 7’ 8 8 8 A Fergus'nJ H Penz 24 3 3 1 out 

tUouided iu betting; no separate (dace or sliow betting. 

Time. 24%. 50, 1:10%. Track slow. 

Winner — B. g, liy Rnliieou — Genua (trained Ii.v L. .V. .MelJortyi. 

AA’ent to (wist at 4:01. .Vt post 1 minute. Start goiHi and s ow. AA’on easil.v; second and tliird driving. 
P-Vt'K BAY took the lead at once and, having sprinted into a long lead while rotmding tlie far turn, easily 
held sway to the tinisli. WATER LADY was a forward coiiteuder in closest pursuit all tlie wa.v and made 
r. game tinisli. SIR BLAISE was taken wide wlien entering the iKimestretcli, Intt was unatile to improve 
Ids (lositioii tinder punishment iu the streteli. SHEUWOOD was always outimced. JOE KNIGHT ran mtieU 
lielow his true form. 

Overweights — Buck Baj’. I4 ttounds; Joe Knight, 2. 



11466 


F'lF'TFl RACFi — 3-4 Mile. Purse $.'»(Mi. .l-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
Net value to winner $4tM); second, $ti0; tliird. $40. 


# 


lud Horses 


A AA’t I’P St Vi ’/i % Str F'in Jockeys Owners O H 1 


1' P S 



11410 DICK DEADWOODw 3 108 2 2 
11347’ ‘JANUS w 3 108 8 3 

( 1 1348) ‘HOBBY COOK wr, 7 104 7 1 
1 I350»SYLA ESTR1S w 6 103 3 5 

1 I346»*BATTEKY WB 3 104 4 8 

11301 GEORGE KARME w 3 105 1 6 
1 1096 FRED LEA’Y w 3 102 5 4 

11276 GLIPIAN w 6 109 6 7 



3h 4’ 3’ 1° Gould Mr.s AV H Frey 4 4 4 8-5 3 

2’ 16 2’ 26 D McC’thyl Striker 10' 12 12 4 2 

1’ 24 1’ 34 -Alley Keith .Spence 5 7 7 2 1 

.56 .54 6’ 46 Halsey N B Davis 3 5 5 2 1 

8 8 7* 5’ A Fergu.s'nll Rites 4 8 8 3 6- 

6’ 7- 4’ 61 H Phillips D’rhoefer & AVestl5 15 10 4 2 

44 36 5’ 7* E Seharf J AV Hedrick 2 3 3 1 1 



11397 HAPPY APRIL wii 3 132 6 3 5’ 6 6 6 6 Mr L C’ltsJ H Stevens 19 

Time. 25%, 50%, 1:15%. 1:44%. Track good. 

$2 muluels paid, ({alley Slave. $4.()b st'iaight, $2.70 idace. $2.:>0 show; Ro.val Auilier. $'2..Sfl jilace, $2.00 
show; Lady Niite. $1.70 sliow. 

Equivalent l»M>kiiig odds — Galley Slave. lOO to KK) straight. :{5 to KM) tdaee, 15 to KM) show; Ro.val 
Anilier. 4b to KMi {ihiee. :ib to KMl show: Lady N’nte. l::.5 to 10b show. 

Winner — Uli. g. by Gomerest — Bethel (trained b.v T. Carroll). 

AVent to )mst at :>;K). At l»ost 2 minntes. Start gisal and slow. AA’on easily; seeond and tliird driv- 
ing. t;.\LLKA' Sl.AA'E. lucky in escaping interference at the start, moved into a long lead at once and 
iiieieasi-d ids iidvaiitnge in tli'e streteli. ROYAL A.MBER suffered from interferenee on the first turn when 
l!.\!‘l’Y -APRIL eaiised a jam and tiiiislHHi gauieiy. imt was not good enougli lo heat tlie tvinner. L.ADY 
M'TE was a Iiu-ky tliird. MISSIE propped at tiie start and liad tlie worst of the send-off. 



1 1096 FRED LEA’Y w 3 102 5 4 44 36 5’ 7* E Seharf J AV Hedrick 2 3 3 1 1-2 

11276 GLIPIAN w 6 109 6 7 7’ 66 8 8 J MeIntyreJ H Moody 10 20 20 7 3 

Time, 25%. 52’%, 1:20’%. Track slow. 

AA’iniier — B. c, by Dick AVelles- — Outwal (trained iiy AV. H. Frey). 

AA'ent to post at 4:22. At (vost 3 minutes. Start gixxi and slow. AA’on driving; seeond and tliird the 
same. DICK DEADAA'dOD closed up on the leaders with a rush in the last eiglith and got tqi to win in 
!!ic final stride. JANl'S was a forward contender all the wa.v and oiitsta.v»*i| BGBBA' (.’OOK for second 
place. The latter was wcakl.v ridden and tired Itadly in tlie last sixteentli after setting the early |iaee. 
S'. LVESTRIS was taken wide on the streteli turn and tinislied fast. B.ATTEKY tinislied gamely aiid close 
np. 

Seratehed — .Taniis, 3 ponnds; Sylvestris, 4; Battery. 4; Fred Levy, 4. 



1 1 A f7 SIXTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. Purs*' $.5(Mt. 4-.vear-olds and upward. Selling. 

JL j: .1 Net value to winner $4(M>: second, $i'i(i: third, $4b. 

li.d Horses ' A AA’t PP St % ’% % Str Fin Joeke.vs Owners T) H C P S 



( 1 130())TACTICS WB 4 115 2 4 2* 2> 2’ 2’ lo F’hroth’r N i-' Beal 8-5 2 2 1-2 out 

11412'’SPEI.LBOUND w 7 106 4 2 1’ 1» 1’ 1’ 2'4 Gould Mi.ss E A Tyson 3 ;t4 34 1 out 

1 IShO’GARNEAU w 5 104 5 1 46 4’ 3’ :{’ 3» Obert P M Civill 8-5 8-5 3-2 2-5 out 

11351 STAIRS WB 4 100 3 3 3’ 3'4 4* 4« 4>» H Phillips F'' F'itner 8 10 10 3 4-5 

9845 AA'ILF'D GFIRDBS WB 5 104 1 5 5 5 5 '5 5 A Fergus’n.M Minogue 100 9)0 loO 40 15 

Time. 26%. 55. 1:23, 1:51. 1:57%. Track slow. 

AA'inner— B. g, hy Hastings — Merry Token (trained li.v N. K. Beal). 

Went to post at 4;4(>. .At jsjst 2 minim’s. Start gisMl and slow*. AA’on driving; second and third the 
same. TACTICS, after lieing saved tiehiiid SPELLBOFND to tlie lioniestreteli. resiMindeil resolnlely when 
• ■ailed on aiul. wearing tiie lead<*r down, got >qi to win in the final stride. SPELLBOUND showed mnch 
tlie most earl.v earl.v speed and lield a long lead to tile stretch, imt tired in tlie last quarter. G.ARNEAl! 
w-t< cut off at the eighth post hy the winner when moving no fast. ST.AIKS was al.'«> interfered with and 
ran well to the homestreteii. Tlie winni r, entered for $l,4lMi, was Idd up to $1,900 ami sold to S. laniis. 

Si-ratehed — ( 110!i7iUliester Krum, 114. 

Ox-erweights— SiielUaiinid. 2 lamnds; AA'llfred Gerdi’s, ,1. 



1 1 A 43 SEA’ENTH R.AUE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. I’ur.se $4(M). 3-year-olds and upward. Selllug. 
1 Net value to winner $;{<M); seeond. $(>(); tliiril. $4b. 



1 1351 ’URST’L.V EMMA 4 97 5 4 3’ 26 14 1’ ]6 H Phillip.s D’rhoefer & AA’e.st24 '.’4 2 1-2 out 

11.151 ’LOVE DAA’ w 4 111 1 1 4* 3’ 2’ 2’ 2* Obert P M Civill 1 8-5 8-6 1-2 out 

1 ISOO’NAPIER s 4 108 3 3 L‘6 4‘ 4‘ 3‘ 3nk K .Seharf JAVHmlriek 4 4 H-.53-5 out 

11348 H.ARCOI’RT w 8 111 4 5 5 .5 6 5 4’ C Knight DA Brollier 20 30 . 10 8 3 

11346 H’.NCHE FKANCE.Sw 5 166 2 2 1* I* 3* 4’ 5 Halsey .1 Forrester 20 40 4() 8 2A 

Time. 27, 54%. 1:22%, 1:51%, l:56‘/5. Track slow. 

AA'inner — B. f, hy BiXMimstiek — .Adniittane*- (trained h.v P. .M. AA'est). 

A\<-nt to (Hist at 5;12. At |»ost 3 mlnnt(e<. Start goisl and slow. AA'on driving; seeond tliiil third tlie 
same. URSULA EMM.A moved iiii rapidl.v while rounding tln> far timi and. taking the lead in lli.> stretch, 
oiitg.'imed LOVE D.AY In the final drive. Th*’ latter was eloser np tlian tisiial in the earlv running and flii- 
ished gamely, hut was tiring tUroiigli tlie last sixteentli. N.Al’lER ran fairly well. Imt was iMNU-ly rlddi'ii 
iiiiii iiiesseil alHiut all the way. H.ARCOT'RT finished close up. BLANUHE FRAXUES set the i>ace to the 
last turn and i|iiit badly. 

Scratched — 1134S Lord Elam, KMi; ll:j4S*BeacU Sand. ICM). 

Overweights — Harcourt, 5 lamnds. 



i nd Horses A AA’t PP St % ’4 % Str Fin .Toekevs 



4 97 5 4 3’ 26 IJ 1’ ]6 H Phillip.s D’rhoefer & AA’e.st2J 2J 2 1-2 out 

w 4 111 1 1 4* 3’ 2’ 2’ 2* Obert I’ M Civill 1 8-6 8-6 1-2 out 



s 4 108 3 

w 8 111 4 



1 8-6 8-6 1-2 out 

4 4 H-.53-5 out 

20 30 .10 8 3 

20 40 40 8 2A 

























DAILY RACING FORM. 



FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1913. 



Lexington Entries and Past Performances for Friday, September 19. 



THIRD RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allov.-ances. (Or.TiS- -1 iriT-i- ■> 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



K:i< ili>; stiirt.s iit p. in. M'hirago lime, 

XKiins well in mini. ©Sni>eri<>r mud runner. 
(M) luuideu:;. •Apprentice nllewanee. 

First Race — 3-4 Mile. 

’i-year olds ami upward. Sellinir. 

• Track reiord; ll.'iiil’-* — 1;1'J — tJ — 115.1 



Horse. 

I.eo SKolny ... 
l-ady Kri'Hiit . . 
Hnnizew inj: 
Dainty .Mint .. 
Disparity • .\1> 



\Vt. Itee 
. ..Itt5 l;d7 



. ..105 l:0,Si/5 
.■.‘.112 l:10'/.-,s 



Iml. 


1 lorse. 


Wt. 


R*i'. 


-V. Wt.Han. 


1 12.5.8 


THE REACH . 


. .11:5 


1:12 


4 111X72.5 


1 1 2.511 


Spoliii ■. 


. .112 


I:12-i2 


S IBlXTiri 


1 1;’m14 


We.tanoke 


..lo;i 


l;i:t*r. 


:i 110X71.5 


1 1’JM* 


1 nele Hart .... 


..ll.’t 


I ;1.5 


10,5.. 710 


1 i;s;’2> 


George •ixiianl 


..lo!) 


l:i:t 


4 108X710 



Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

2 ynir olds. Sidling. 





(Track reeord: .51 


tit;— 1 :0(i'-. — 4— 


117.) 




Bird Man 




Btfl. .71.5 


IITIT 


.\iiiit Mamie .. 


...10.’5 l;Os2i 


llMiXVlIi 




• Oianlo 




BHiXTD) 


1 1 28.5 


Sulla Graiiie . 


...112 1:10% 


1»H1. .710 


1 12S5 


old Tniiiip 


...D)9 1:()9 


109. .705 


ll.i!)8 


Siller ’rmie .. 


...104 l:08i* 


10<t. .705 


112F2 


Dr. Samuel ... 


...109 l:t)7’*-. 


IlMi. .705 


ii::;!.8 


.Manila .Mi'Kee 


(MnfG)l;Kit-. 


KHi. .7I6) 


I i;:9.8 


Gnizelle 


...Ill l:11%,s 


l<H;X*i95 


11212 





. . .10.5 VI :•)•• 


1II9. .•KIO 


J i;::is 


Tnnispiirlatioii 


(M1I02 1:10'% 


HKi. .675 




• iitaiia. h. f. 


by 






Dick FiniU‘11 


— 






Manila I’alnier.. 


106 



Third Race — 1 Mile. 

.'t-yearolds and upward. Allowaneos. 

• Track record; 0.571S— l:;!7;tf. — .5—108.) 

ll.KllD Sleelli DK 4 mX725 

HIM llarrv l„iU(ler IDI 1 :! 0»4X72^l 

1117S ,s.dar Star l<»lll:12%tn :! 11I70715 

^ Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

^ 2-year-olds. .Miowaiices. 

• Traik record; .M.dlt; — 1 ;0«M. — 1—117.) 

• 112571 Waterliass 112. .72.5 



11215 n.\ing Frances (.M> 1^»4X1>!H> 

DKio:: Dig .Spirit • .m i . . .dh: l:<)8% io7x«!»o 

ll2»:o- S.piire Hill iM) .. ltM..41s.5 

Klizalieth CiK-kreil. 

••Ii. f, by I’.ryn 

.M.iwr — .\nne Evans 101 

Fifth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

.3-year-oIds and niiward. Selling. 

(Track ri'oord; 05042— 1:12— fi— 115.) 

113.253 Detour DKl \:V2^'r. 4 100 X 725 

ll.'I.Ti UoMMiiarv 02 l;lDHi 5 Iti.'!. .72<l 

11284 Ciitie 15.' Dtl 1;15 It»;;x715 

112S4 Silk Dav DKt l;l.f4i D»;:x715 

27.TS3 n,,y.al Report 108 1;FFH •;112X7HI 

27.">t» Topland 112 l;D!if, 0 ltiOX7ti5 

Itis::!* Corneraeker tMi...lo.‘! 1;15 :! Dai. .005 

li:::!5 Stanlev S <45 I;12K 5 1<«». .000 

114.55 o 'Tis 'ITiie (.M) . . .DllU;17 :l DI0X085 

Sixth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-y«'ar-oIds and upward. Selling. 

(Track record; 0.5042— 1;12— 6— 115.) 

D12703 Ilowdv llowdv lOO Dll^K fi 100 X 725 

ll:!;{0= Spindle 112 1;15% •: 10i)x72O 

(ItMkSO) Mollie Uicliards ..DM 1;10 ltj;!X715 

ll2.5ti Risisti r 107 l;i;! :: it«x7D> 

11284 Coy 107 l;l:ltr. 3 Di:!..7tl5 

11288 tlriental 1‘earl ‘.HI l;i:;t^, 5 D»0X70o 

112.50 Riliv Holder 102 HKta.;-. :! lo;txt!!t5 

11.207 I nele Kick •.M)...ltr2 l;15'*i lo;!. .•l75 

.5.8;:tl Siiyviile D»7 l;15:Kh 4 112. .075 



SLEETH. h. c. 4 

Ii:!;** Ix’Xington 3-4 l;14rf.slow til 
llJ.V.i I.ex'toii lni7<‘y HW-tsslow 28-5 
1M47 t.atonia 1 1-16 1:46 fast 2i 
(1306 laitonia lni7*>y 1 : 123, '.fast pj 
92.T*i l.atonia lni70y I;lt;)i(fast 2J 
!tlS4 l.atonia 3-4 l;13vr.slow 29 
014.5 Eatonia 1 1:38 fast 20 

9075 I.attoiiia 1 1 ;40TSgood71-10 

9006 l.atonia 1 1-16 l:44%fast 11 
8461 Douglas 1 l::i9Virast 10 
HARRY LAUDER, ch. g. 3 
11181 Lexington 1 1:42 fast 16 
liHi94 Min..8|»'gs 1 1:41) fast 1 

10.561 Windsor 1 1-8 1 :.52 fast 8 
OI467 Windsor 1 l;39%fast 2i 
Iini6,S P.utte 1 l:41%fast 2J 

99S!) Hutte 1 1-8 l:,54V4hvy 3 
‘•737 Dutte 1 l:39«sfast 9-5 

9.561 Hutte lm70y l:452ifast 14-5 
SOLAR STAR. ch. c. 3 
11178 U'xington .3-4 1:13 Last 18 
9183 Latonia 3-4 l:I4Mihvy 7 
6478 Igitonia 3-4 1:14S slow CJ 

6419 Igitoni.a 1 1:428 mud 8-5 

6294 I.atonia 3-4 1:12 fast 41-5 

6203 I-atonia 3-4 1:132 good 9-10 

5S.S4 (’hurchlll 51 f 1:06 fast 31-10 

58.57 t-hurchill 3-4 1:14 slow 6-6 

5i!96 Churchill 51 f l:0Ci fast Hi 



By Deutschland — Merida (J. C. Cahn). 



3* 2“)^ E .Marlin 
enk Cross 
Ih I'l Kederis 
5 5*1 .1 Henry 

l«i 1* (loose 
31 3* It Steele 
71* 7«i .1 McCalie 
31 3*1 J Henry 
4 4* J Henry 

3’ 2* J Henry 



.5 Floral Dark. Coy I.ad. Ymir 
;! Cay I’.ird, IThiie~s Callaway 

7 W. 's Wonder. Wander. W.WooI 
5 S..Iasmine. .Miltonlt.. Morristown 

5 I' .dieppa. •'oiisin Fuss. S.Hirscli 

8 Wiltiile. .Merrick, llnyal Meteor 
.8 Rcnanet. .8. .lasmine. FrcsumpCn 
8 .Milton l;.. llenanza. E. of Savoy 
4 I*’ce8sCalIaway, F.Fina, Cream 

6 HelenRarbee. Sonada, J. Reardon 



By Hermis — Jhansi McKenna (F. J. Grefer). 



2 31 4^1 .Small 

1 11 1* Rnxton 

2 11 18 Kederis 

1 1* D C I’eak 

21* C i’eak 
2* C Peak 
the post. C I’eak 
2* C Peak 



•; Ki.'ibbergast. I'.Callawn.v, Cream 

4 .?. H. HiMigliton. ITiiir, Stick I’in 

5 ConsinI’iiss. Isteliiel. Flora Fina 
10 ChiltonKing. Trovato. RigDipper 

7 R. (!ett,v. Cantem, .Mimorioao 

7 L.Panebit.a. RertCetty. Orperth 

8 Sir Fretful. Canleui. .lack Paine 
5 Jat-k Paine. Cii Ron. Cantem 



By Star Shoot — Sardine (Weber Sc Ward). 

41 4*1 .1 Mi4'als‘ 5 iron .Ma^U. Star .lasniim . fiowell 
r,u "-■'iCoose 7 Helios, C Steppa. Renam-t 

li> D (loose !) Kleburne, Rosliirtimii. Fly. Tom 

1* 1*® C Turner 3 Ella Rryson, .1. F. •’rovviey 
4>* 5®1 Gross .5 Hawlli’n. FounilatTi. T.W.Moon 

38 4® Goose 7 Floral Park. Horron, II. brigade 

21 2®H Goose 7 G. Rritain. T. W. Moon. FI. Park 

1* 1* Goose 4 Gowell, Kl I’alomar. I.a .Mode 

2®k 2* Goose 5 Hawthorn. Flying Toni, Noliby 



FOURTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (543U!— 1 ;IKD5 — 4 — 117.) 



WATERBASS, hr. c, 2 112 

112.57 Lexington 5-8 l:<l3%slow 3J 112 3 
LEO SKOLNY, ch. c. 2 112 

112X7 I>?\ington .5S f l:05'tkgood31-10 l()-5 1 
93T.I) Imtonia .3-4 l;131ktast 14-5 108 5 

9162 Imtonia 5-8 l:05i4mud 14-5 112 1 



By Waterboy — Basseting (A. Turney). 

1- 1* C Turner 11 Fort .Monrts*. San Vega. Francis 

By Star Shoot — Lady Alberta (J. C, Milam). 

2* 21 Riixtoii 5 Edilli W.. Anvtiim-. Rrmizewing 

4i 7® GiX)se .8 Unllles, I’elM'eo. Edith W. 

1* 1® Is>ftns !) .1. Nolan. Rig Spirit. RilIv Stuart 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile, 3-year-oltls and upward. Selling. P.).5(>42 — 1:12 — (i — 115.) 



Ind<‘x Course Dist TiiueT’ckOdds 

THE REACH, hr. g, 4 

111.58 l.exington 3-1 l;I4%siow 29 
9442 l.atonia 3 4 l:12*^fast 13-5 lo5 8 

9'.'33 IgUonia 3-4 l:13M,fast 3-2 1U5 5 

9'«i.5 Igilonia 3 I 1:12 fast 2.) KK) 6 

SS'.H) La Ionia 3-4 1:12 fast 11-.5 113 5 

S3.54 ‘’hurehill :t-4 1 :13%fast 59-10 1U8 2 

Siiei •'burchill 5.'. f 1 ;07-'hlivy 52-10 109 8 

8178 ('luircliill ;i-4 l:13Vafast 8 109 2 



7949 Is'xington 3-4 1:14 fast 49-10 



7.X87 D xington 3 4 l;16%hvy 2 113 5 

C47C Igitonia 3-4 l:14i slowl7-10 104 2 
SPOHN, h. g, 8 113 

112.56 Is'.xinglon 3-4 1:17 slow 37-10 lllj 3 
10M9 • 'onnaught 3-4 l;141ifast 9-5 ]o8 3 
lesi:; ConnauglU 3-4 l:141islow 12 108 3 

M;5l I’imlieo 1 l:4UMifast fid 101 6 

7861 H.detJrace .5i f l:06?sfast 8-5 105 2 
7837 H.<ie(lraoo 54 f l:06%fast 13-5 104 1 
7804 H.deGraee 5i f l;07Vfefast 20 102 2 

77S<; H.deGraee .54 f l:07'%good 30 103 2 

713il Charlest’n 54 f 1:08 fast 11-10 116 1 
7.3.5S niarleslon 7-8 1 ;2.S*!;good 44 108 1 

7279 Cliarleston 3-4 1 :15-‘'<;good 3^ 113 1 
7122 niarleston 3-4 1:14%fast 18-5 113 1 
WEYANOKE. ch. c. 3 110 



.8.':il •'liurehill 
M7S Clmreliill 
7923 ls‘xiiigton 
78,88 I^xiiigton 
7.588 .luaivz 
7479 .Juarez 
744:5 .lu.arez 



Sir Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 

By Out of Reach — My Eleanor (A. H. Brandt . 

4 4 4*1 E .Martin 4 Klelniriie, Gowell. Tlieresa ilill 

8 7'1 7‘i E .Martin !) .Maria ('., Riisy, Rack Ray 

4 26 2>J E Martin !) .Merrick, Royal iKilly. Tyree 

4 5* r>*J .1 Henry !) Elor. Roiicrls, Williite. Closer 

2 1* 1* Rorel 11 Maria C., Silk Da.y, Ethelda 

1 26 4-i .1 .MeCalie 1.5 Amoret. Rlue Thistle, Wilhite 

3 24 3*1 C Peak 10 L.Liglitning. Copfiertown, R.Bay 

2 44 6* C Peak 115 L.Liglitning, R. Thistle, .T. Runt) 

3 4* 4*1 J Henry •! Rettie Sue. Merrick, Benanet 

2 3* 3’ Hopkins .S .Merrick. T. Nightmare. La Mo«le 

1 1*4 1* C Turner 7 Merrick, J. Stein, Quartermaster 

By Peep o’Day — Smirr (J. J. McCafferty). 



8978 


Latonia 


5-8 l:00%fast 


12 


113 


1 


1 


2 


2* 


2* Loftua 


12 iiarry L. 


Wateruu'lon, 0. Love 1 


LADY ERRANT 


, h. f. 2 




109 








By Knight Errant — Outcome (Clay Bros.). 1 


11215 


l^ixington 


5-8 l:or.%hvy 


Cl 


112 


5 


2 


2 


1* 


1®6 R Small 


U> M. I..OU, ]{. Sisl«.*r. F. Fr«uces 1 


BRONZEWING. 


ch. f. 2 




109 








By Stalwart — 


Miss Dolly (A. 


P. Humphrey Jr.). 


11287 


Lexington 


.54 f 1 ;'tr4fegood 




102 


5 


4 


3 


4® 


4® Freneli 


5 Edilh W., 


I.ii'i) Skolny. .Vii.vtinie 


11182 


Lexington 


.5-8 1:02 fast 


8-5 


113 


10 


8 


S 


6*4 6*2 LoCtus 


11 (’laxiiiielti' 


'. .lust V.. Grazelle 


9403 


Latonia 


3-4 l;124fefast 


4 


104 


5 


rj 


6 


3* 


3*i Kreiieh 


•i Gracill.a. 


Raliiii. Maud B. L. 


9.505 


I.atonia 


5-S l:00*4fast 


S 


110 


5 


4 


4 


36 


26 Freneli 


U .MaudB.L., 


SusanB., l)ainty.Mint 


9231 


laitonia 


5-8 l:01*4fast 


21 


100 


4 


5 


® 


14 


1*4 Freneli 


6 (’harineiisti 


'. Riitlli'S, 1. Laviiiia 


9180 


Igitonia 


5-8 l:03%hvy 


24 


110 


6 


5 


3 


3* 


3*i Teahan 


n Cliarmeose 


. G. Love, Gracllla 


9110 


Latonia 


54 f l:07%fast 


18 


105 


6 


6 


6 


4* 


4’J Teahan 


S Editli W-. 


Old Ben. Amliition 


9o0S Latonia 


5-S l:00Vfefast 


67 


104 


6 


5 


4 


3*4 


3*.J 'I’ealiaii 


8 Rutiles. Edith W.. Dainty .Mint 1 


8928 


laitonia 


5-S l:0()%fast 


23 


102 


5 


5 


3 


4 ® 


4*4 'I'ealiau 


6 Casinirina, 


Riitlles. Edith W. 1 


8228 


Churchill 


44 f 54'%fast 


13 


ll» 


8 




6 


54 


3’ 'I'ealian 


1- HlacIvToiu'V, Sosiiis, (‘hristODhin© 1 


8154 


Churchill 


1-2 4S)tfast 


18 


105 


9 




7 


6*4 C*J Teiihan 


10 ’I'lie’ilorita 


, H. William;^, A. Mamie 1 


DAINTY MINT, 


b. f. 2 




109 








By Hastings— Chicklets (G. W. J. Bissell). 1 


H1S2 


Ivbxington 


.5-8 1:02 fast 


15 


10!) 


3 


1 


1 


oi 


4* .1 Haiiov 


er 11 (’hiviiui'tli 


•, .lust \ (Iraz^'lle 1 



3 4 l:13*4f.ast 25 


10!) 5 


.5 


5 


fi 


4* J Hei 


3-4 l:14%sIow 26-5 


114 8 


7 


f» 


74 


7*'4Ganz 


3-4 l:13J8fast 17 


106 10 


13 


7 


7* 


7“ Gross 


1 l:42%slow 27-10 


1044 1 


1 1 


2 


24 


2* Gross 


1 l:44-(ihv y 34 5 


105 1 


2 2 


2 


2* 


2* Gross 



7-8 l:26%fast 20 93 6 

3-4 l ;14-\fast 8 113 7 

3-4 1:14 good 18-5 111 1 



7315 


.luarez 


64 f 1:101 hvy 


2 


112 


1 


4 


3 


7274 


J uarez 


3-4 1:14 fast 


4 


105 


1 


6 


5 


7<i99 


J uarez 


3-4 1:20| mud 3 


104 


2 


1 


1 


UNCLE HART. 


ch. c, 3 




105 








112-4 


l.•■xillgtoIl 


3-4 l:15M;good 12 


101 


S 


3 


3 


6180 


l.atiiina 


3-4 1:15* hvy 


•26 


1(H 


5 


1 


2 


6683 


• ..atiinia 


3 4 l:15i mud 64 


108 


2 


1 


1 


6832 


Churchill 


1 l;41g fast 


33 — a 


112 


1 


1 1 


1 


.'726 


• 'hurehill 


3-4 1 :15 Last 


96 


1134 7 


5 


4 


5ia 


Di lUglasPk 


54 f 1:07| fast 


84 


110 


8 


7 


5 


5354 iKiuglasPk 


54 f 1;*I7 fast 


34 


112 


9 


7 


5 


5118 


1,.1'Xiiigtim 


54 f 1:0SJ fast 


35 


112 


1 


1 


1 



GEORGE OXNARD, ch. o. 4 

112::.5 1,1'xiiigton 3-4 1:13 Last 17-;5 
9'.76 Ikitoiiia 1 1 16 1:40 fast 11 

932:5 l.atonia 3-4 1:13 fast 3 

9204 Latonia .5-4 l:13%fast lOi 

9043 Igitonia 3-4 l;ir>%mud 3 

89;5<i Igitonia 3-4 l:12%fast 14 

7248 .luarez 54 f l:07i last 16-5 

71'J3 Juarez 54 f l:o94 slow 5 

7062 Juarez 3-4 1:124 Lost 16 

6983 Juarez 3-4 1;I2§ fast 44 

6921 Juarez 64 f l:07i fast 30 



2J ;5* 15 Steele !) .Merrick, Hoffman. .Vnilirose 

3- 2o6 Snyder (> Yorkville. RackRay. G.Karme 

3* S'* Snyder !) Inlan. Rack Ray. Camellia 

11 lD®J.Skirvin 11 Rock View, Locliiel, Ruskin 
3* 2* Deronda !) Double Five, Tritler. Thrift.v 

1* 1* Deronda 8 Honey Ree. Cowl, Progressive 

5* 4*3 Robbins »5 Azyiade. .Vltamaha, Tarts 

7 7'“ Deronda 7 Sp'gRoard, Sir Rlaise, Canghllill 

6* 6'“ C Grand (5 Iloffinan, Americus, Vlley 

4 4® C Grand 4 D.Maedon’d. MiitonB., Shaek’ton 

2* 1"6 'r.aplin 4 J. Kellogg. Fatlierola, Royal Tea 

14 1" C Grand <5 G.Cat*. Col.Asbmeade. Royal Tea 

By Sir Huon — ^Ameeras (L. C. Shobe). 

5 4" J Henry •; Flex. Merrick. Cash on Delivery 

74 7*’4Ganz 14 A. Patricia. Th. Gill. 15. llohh'r 

7* 7“ Gross 111 I..I,ightning, B. Thistle, .f. Bunn 

24 2* Gross .'5 Flj iug Tom. Strenuous 

2® 2- Gross 4 Hawthorn. Strenuous. C. Steppa 

6 5*3 Bezanson 7 Ymir. Meadow, l.aekrose 

46 4'j Gross .8 Vest(*d Rights, Tnily. Pampinea 

5* 5*i C I’eak 0 Trul.v, Ix*win, Fitzgerald 

2* 1®6 l.oftus 0 Fitzgerald, V. Rights, Connaught 

6* 4® Bur’ game 8 Truly, Mother Katcbam, Gasket 

1* 1* Bur’ game 4 Vested Rights, Ardelon, Gasket 

By Stalwart — Lady Balgowan (Ross & Looney). 

26 3 =.\ J .McCatie Id . 1 . 11 . Barr, J. Dockery, t’litie R. 

36 5‘4 15 Steele 1<) Foundation. Gowell, The Grailer 

34 4"i 15 Steele !) ’T.Orader, S.Hirscli. TerribleBill 

26 2* Fain 7 S.Hirsch. Terrible Rill. To.v 

46 1® Fain !) Armor. Connaught. Yorkville 

4* 4" B Steele 12 P. Hermis, Kleburne, The Grader 

44 4’* B Steele 12 Sm. House. TheGrader. P.Hermla 

3* 3*1 15 Ste«‘le 7 Barsac, if. Friedsam, Rock Fish 

By Islington — Grey Agnes (J, MacManus). 

41- 4'"?..l Henry 11 J.D.Wakelield. Etlieldn. Detour 

4* 5"4 Kederis 11 Clnlis, I’atruche. Be 
54 5®i J Heiir.v 1’2 W. Witch. Star Ri>se, Gal. Slave 
44 3*1 GiK*se 8 Inlan, Autumn, Star Ruse 

3® 3* J Henry 11 Green. Etlielda. Lady Ix>ndon 

6® 5*®4J Henry 7 Ct.ou Deliver.y. Amoret. MarlaO. 
6 4*1 Estep 8 J.R.Uob'n. E.I5rysoii, M.Cnnom'n 

4®4 1'4 J Henry !) Furlong, Ymir, Mona Cauomann 

5= 4® J Henry 8 G. of Opbir, Kootenay. Lackrose 

4‘4 6*1 J Henry 7 Upright, Seneca. Gen.Marchmont 

24 1® J Henry 8 Colquitt, Furlong. Bobby Cook 



.5-8 1 :<M)')~;fast 31-5 
‘.‘231 Latoni.a 5-S l:0U<iLast 10 

9008 l.atonia 5-S l:t)o4ifast 16 

8893 Latonia 5-8 l:»M)%fast 42 

8769 Douglas 5-S 1:00 fast 22 

8713 Douglas 5-8 1:02 slow 33-5 
S;512 (Tiurchill 44 f 5.5*^slow 12 
8199 CTiurchill 1-2 47-‘iLast 15 
8024 Ijpxington 44 f 55%fast 23-3 
7418 Charleston i-2 49%fast 10 
DISPARITY, b. f. 2 
114<il Ig xington 51 f l;09*islow 7 
10784 Saratoga ;l-4 l;ir»%fast 10 
10306 Saratoga 54 f 1:08 fast 24 
9981 Belmont 54 f st l:06%fast 8 
9836 Belmont 54 f st 1:08 fast 12 
9765 Belmont .54 f st l;06*4fast 8 
FLYING FRANCES, ch. f. 2 
11217. la'xington .5-8 l:05%hvy 4 
.SiNX) Ix^xington 4.4 f .544sfast 10 
7!Xi7 la-xington 1-2 547shvy 3 
BIG SPIRIT, ch. c. 2 
10393 Fort Erie 3-4 l:14%good 50 
10210 Fort Erie 54 f 1:06 fast 200 
9207 I,atonia 54 f l;06%fast 54 
9162 Latonia 5-8 l:05*yimud 2 
9144 Latonia 3-4 l:13%fast 8 
9016 Latonia .5-8 1 ;0l%mud 87-10 
8980 Imtonia 54 f 1 :0S fast 45 
8910 I..atonia 54 f l:07')ifast 67 
SQUIRE BILL. b. g. 2 
112iio Lexington .5-8 l:034<;Slow 31 
ELIZABETH COCKRELL, ch. f. 2 
First start. 



6 5*3 Bezanson 

46 4'J Gross 
5* 5*J C I’eak 
2* I.oftus 



36 5’.1 It Steele 
34 4'i B Steele 
26 2* Fain 
46 1® Fain 



41 424 T:iplin 11 MumIR.I.., Itronzewing. SiPanB. 

6 6®“4Tealian •> I’.ronzewiiig. ('Iiarmeiise, Riitlle.s 

4* 4*4 J Callahan S Rullles, Editli W.. 1’rnnzewiug 

2' 4® Teahan It) .Minda, Ilirdie\Viliianis.Riit>ineUa 

7 8®4 Gross .S Casiiariiia, Minda, ItarliaraLaiie 

16 3*3 Musgr’vp .5 It. Lane. R. Williams, Sliel. Bello 

1* 24 J Hanover ,S Rohinetta, R.Lnmax, La Valletta 

64 0*i Buxton 10 Rolilnetta, R. Williams. .4. .Mamie 

34 24 Buxton 7 Rarliara Lane, Wiaif. Susan B. 

2* 1* Musgr’ve S Gordon. San Jon. Billy Stuart 

By Singleton — Dissembler (J. E. Madden). 

46 2* Rrad.v 11 Tavolani, TomlM>y. .\ngie K. 

910 76 Karriek !•• Furuni. Armaioeiil. .M.(’;ivanagh 

8* 8*®4J .MeTag’t !• Rae. Francis. Small 
64 3'’4 Brady 11 Gallop, Notoriety. M. Warren 

41 4r.i Rrail.v ,S Roliert Oliver. Delft. Clallop 

3* 3*1 Bufwoll 10 Flask. Mary Warren. Hearttieat 

By Planudes — ^Flying Girl (D, W. Scott). 

4* 4*1 W Andress 10 1,. Erraiil. .M. I.eo. R. Sister 
10 10*» Goose 11 R. Bell.-, .M. McKee. L:i Valletta 

1*4 43 Rnxton 7 Rullles. Shell.y I’.elle, Hattie Me 
By Marathon — Hettie Green (W. H. Crawford). 

6 5'* J (’allalian •! Hodge, ('zar Mieiiael. Fallmm 

8 8**1W W T’lor S Hodge, Miss G.ayle. V;indergrift 

8 8'* W Andress S I’.laek Toney. o’Hagaii. Minda 

‘26 3*J E Martin !) I.eo Skolny. J. Nolan. Billy Stii-irt 

6 5*1 E Martin 5 B.&Saddle. Kianei'S.M., Itr’hurst 

2* 2*’ E Martin .3 Old Roselmd, O’Hagan 

26 2*4 K Martin 7 •)’! lagan, Ralpli, l.osf Fortune 

86 7* J Henry 10 Korfhage, Rushy Head, Eustace 

By Ivan the Terrible — Sierra Leone (W. W. Darden) 
2* 26 W .\ndressll Dr. Kendall. .Manners, l.it. Beau 
By Bryn Mawr — Anne Evans (S. C. Nuekols, Jr.). 



FIFTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (9.5042—1:12 — 0—11.5.) 



SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Selling. (.54.310 — 1 : 1)015 — 4 — 117.) 



BIRD MAN. ch. c, 2 






109 










Douglas 5-8 l;01*2;fast 


19-10 


108 


2 


2 


3 


St:io 


Dougl.as (5-S 1:01 fast 


21-10 


li:!4 


2 


1 


2 




Douglas 5-S 1 


:01%fast 


8-5 


111 


5 


2 


2 


S1S2 


Churcliill 1-2 


4!) fast 


13-5 


110 


6 




6 




I.e;xin,glon 44 f 


54%fast 


12 


112 


2 




4 


71m;4 


l^'.xington 44 f 


OaJifast 


6-5 


no 


1 




1 


AUNT MAMIE, b. f. 


2 




106 








11 ”.37 


I.<'xingl on 5V f 1 


:<i7%fast 


24 


lo:t 


5 


3 


3 


11212 


Lexington 5V f 1 


:l<*M;hvy 


16 


103 


2 


5 


5 


P779 


.■Saratoga ,5V f 1 


'^'Vf.good 8 


10.3 


6 


8 


9 


liii’f’.S 


Saratoga :!-4 1 


:l:!8<;fast 


10 


io:{ 


7 


C 


7 


8ta5 


Douglas 0-8 1:o0%fast 


10 


106 


4 


3 


4 


XltSi 


Churebill 5-S 1 :023thvy 


38-5 


99 


1 


1 


1 


8312 


niurebill 44 f 


5514slow 


41-10 105 


7 




6 


81‘.i9 


niureliill i-2 


47*tfast 


21^ 


115 


4 




5 


8154 


• ’linri'liill 1-2 


48%.fast 


3.3-10 103 


1 




4 


7S7 1 


1/i‘xington 1-2 


49lihvy 


24 


112 


4 




3 


OTRANTO, b. f, 2 






106 








T'S!» 


I.exingtiin 4V f 


•M'tshvy 


13-5 


109 


2 




1 


7:J!^S 


• 'liarlcston .3-8 


3< Jist 


5 


115 


3 




3 




(’liarleslon 3 8 


371 hvy 


24 


115 


1 




1 


7:.Mo 


• 'liarleston 3-8 


364 fast 




107 


4 




5 


7168 Charleston 3-8 


384 hvy 


4-5 


115 


3 




2 




Charleston 1-4 


24? good lS-5 114 


4 








(’liarleston 1 4 


244 fast 


7 


112 


1 







By Marta Santa — Whisk Broom (C. Woodford). 

3* 6*4 Rorel 12 Eiistatv. Marta Mae, Ilyki 

26 4*3 laiftns 11 FrancesM.. IIarwo<Kl. I’Hshylle.ad 
2*4 26 l.oftus 11 Bandit. Rusliy Head, Candy Box 
5* 4*4 J Callalianl4 .Miss Declare, Osaplc. May L. 

3* 3*J Loftns 4 Impi'rator, Roamer. Mac 

1* 1® Ix)ftns 10 WtM*f. Art Kick. Hinata 
By Uncle — Hazing (F. D, Weir). 

34 4*4 J MeCalw 5 .Maud R. I.. Cl.axonette, Florin 
5* .5=*.4.I McCabe 0 Rustling Brass. Bac. GipsyLove 
9* 9'* J McCalie 10 Violet Kay. Delft. An.vtime 
8 8®3 J .MeCalK* S Korfhage, Naiad, Robert Oliver 

5* 5* J McCabe 7 Bandit, Brig’s Brother. Old Ben 
26 2- .1 MeCala? 10 Salon, Old Bi-n. Rubv Hyams 
6*4 6*=4J Mcl’abe S Rol)inetta, D’y Mint. Big I.umax 
34 3®4 B Steele 10 Robinetia, I’.Will’ms, Frances.M. 
4* 33 J Mi-Cala) 10 'rhisidorita. B. Williams, SusanB. 
3* 2* J McCabe 10 B. Williams. Penniless. F.Cherry 
By Out of Reach — Fanny Rikes (J. W. May). 

2* 4*4 Buxton -S R.l'nnardei'. Bar. Lane. Penniless 
5* 8'* Goose 9 Biilgar. Rul).v Ilyams. IIarw<tod 

1*4 1* Goose (I Ave. Sonn.v Boy. Pat Uutledge 

5'” 6*1 Skirvin S Preserver, R. ilyams, Harwood 
1* 1* Goose 7 Edna Leska. Ada. Carbureter 

3* 3*3 J Wilson 8 R. Hyams, I). Waters, MissWaters 
36 5* C Peak 12 1’1’se Welles. R. Hyams, J. Louise 



STELLA GRAINE. h. f. 2 106 

1128:. l.i-xiiigton 54 f 1 :"9%good 24-5 lu9 1 
OLD TRUMP, ch. g, 2 109 

H28.5 Lexington 54 f 1 :i)9-'5f,gooil f’ld 112 9 

!)753 Min.Sii’gs 51 f l:lo-)igood 24 110 4 

!®;65 Min..s>|i’gs 5-8 1:04 slow 1 lo7 2 

‘.•.581 .Min .Sp’gs 5-8 '1 :04Vigood 7-10 1094 1 
9.508 Min..Sp’gs 5-8 1:02 fast 2* 110 3 

9;;47 I^itonia 54 f 1 ;o7%fast f’ld 109 8 

92»i5 Latonia 54 f l;082r.fast 119 108 8 

9110 IjQonia .54 f 1 :07%fast 161 109 8 

9I7‘' Uitonia 64 f l:0T%sIow 24 109 9 

8711 Douglas 5-S l:021kslow f’ld 105 1 
SILVER TONE. b. f. 2 109 

li:!9s I.,«'xington ,54 f l;ii‘.)%slow 33 lo5 3 

11..S.5 Lexington 54 f 1 :o!i\,good f’ld 109 11 

10693 Min.Sp’gs :5-S 1 ;t>2 fast 34 H);5 2 

PM, :2; .Min.Sp’gs .5). f 1 :0S14f.ast 2 ltl.5 4 

10162 Windsor 5-S 1:00 fast 60 103 8 

KCC. Fort Erie 51 f 1 ;07*igood 15 103 5 

1024 4 Fori Erie 51 f l:06*(ifast loO 104 7 

10157 DiiiTerin Al.5-8 1 :021<,fa.st 6 106 

9683 Min.,sp’gs 5-8 1:04 slow 6 102 3 

9612 Min.Sp’gs 5 S 1:03 fast 8-5 110 2 



2* 4*4 Rnxton -S R.l'nnarder. Bar. Lane. Penniless 
5* 8'* Goose 9 Riilgar. Rul.y Ilyams. IIarw<tod 

1*4 1* Goose (I Ave. Sonn.v Boy. Pat Uutledge 

5'” 6*1 Skirvin S Preserver, R. ilyams, Harwood 

i* 1* Goose 7 Edna Leska. Ada. Carbureter 

3* 3*3 J Wilson 8 K. Hyams, I). Waters, MissWaters 

36 5* C Pe;ik 12 1’1’se Welles. R. Hyams, J. Louise 

By Filigranc — Osee (J. Sloan). 

24 4* J Met al..' n • andy Box. Ada, Rirka 
By Allan-a-Dale — French Nun (A. D. Steele), 

■56 5*\ R .SttH'le 11 Caiid.v Ro.x, Ada. Rirk.a 

26 4*3 R Ste<‘le 5 IvanGardner, Violet.May, Tiktok 

2*4 2* B Steele C Tempest, M. B. Harbor, L.Grice 

14 1* R St«“ele 5 Molina. Oil Me. Pulsation 

2* 2* R Steele 5 Lamli’sTail. Pulsation, L.Grice 



DETOUR, blk. g, 4 109 

li:»5 l.exington .3-4 1:13 fast G-5 HiSl 1 

9310 I.sitnnia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 5 107 5 

8794 Douglas 3-4 l:12%fast 4 109 3 

8712 Douglas 3-4 1:14 slow 3-2 104 3 

8251 Churchill 3^ l:13%fast 39-5 106 2 

5117 I.*.xington 3-4 1 :13| fast 23-10 105 6 

3284 I^atonia 3-4 1:14J Past 21-20 102 4 

2977 laitonia 3-4 1;13| fast f’ld 105 2 

1855 Charleston 64 f 1:08| fast S 115 4 

ROSEMARY, b. f. 3 103 

11235 I.rt‘xington 3-4 1:13 fast 27 lot) 8 

10.594 Windsor 64 f 1:23 mud 20 101 2 

10566 Windsor 5). f 1;<)7 fast 5 101 3 

10073 Hamilton 3-4 l;14%fast 6 110 4 

9824 Windsor 54 f 1:08 good 10 96 5 

9.5.59 Fort Erie 3-4 l;167sgood 6 95 4 

93.35 Hamilton 3-4 1:13 fast 30 92 6 

9221 Hamilton 54 f l:07%fast 8 99 5 

9140 Connaught 3-4 1 :14’/4fast iS-6 100 3 

9011 Conn’ght 54 f l:09-*ifast € 99 7 

CUTIE B., b. f, 3 103 

11281 i..exington 3-4 l:15>figood 21-5 lo:! 9 

1<JT43 Min.Sp’gs 5?. f l:07%fast 3 102 3 

9828 Windsor 54 f 1:08 good 3 88 5 

9120 Connaught 3-4 l:14%fast 20 95 0 

7944 H.deGraee 3-4 l:13%fast 7 101 8 

7779 Jamest’wn 54 f 1:09 good 7 91 5 

76-25 Charleston 3-4 l:16*ifast 3-2 108 5 

7695 Charleston 3-4 l:14?sfast 20 97 1 

7525 Charlest’n 64 f 1:09 good H-5 107 6 

SILK DAY. b. f. 3 103 

D2S4 I>‘xington .3-4 l:1.5*^good 10 JiUt 4 

9443 I..atonia lni70v l:44')ifast 12 98 3 

9;!06 l.atonia .3-4 l:12%fast 59 103 G 

9163 l.atonia 3-4 l:19Vfemud 5 1()4 4 

9171 Latonia 3-4 1 :14 slow 67-10 105 1 
8983 I.atonia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 15 100 6 

8890 Latonia 3-4 1:12 fast 43-5 loO 4 

8798 Douglas lm70y l:44%fast 11 95 6 

ROYAL REPORT, h. h, 6 * 112 

27:J8 Montreal 1 1-8 1:.5S good 40 106 2 

2514 Delorim. 1 1-16 l;59g hvy 3-2 112 7 

2490 Delorlmier 7-8 1:45 hvy 3 117 5 

1734 Charles’n 1 1-16 1:.50J fast 8 116 1 

1C*;0 Charlest’n 1 1-4 2:loi mud 11-5 103 3 

1611 <!'harle’n lm70y 1:47 fast 8 110 2 

1592 Charles’n 1 1-16 1:54| hvy 10 110 1 

TOPLAND, h. g, 6 109 

2750 I.atonia 3-4 l:13g fa.st 186 112 10 

97972 Windsor 1 1-4 2:07i( fast 6 104 5 



54 f l;o7%fast 


f’ld 


109 


8 


10 


10 


10* 


9** Estep 


11 


Dr. .Samuel. Toynbee, Harbard 


97851 Hamilton 


1 1:39? fast 


6 


105 


2 


5 


5 


5 


7* 


6®" 


J 


Wilson 


11 


54 f l;08%.fast 


119 


108 


8 


8 


7 


7* 


7® B Steele 


‘J 


L.Char<xit. Superl. Brackt’nBelle 


97770 Ham’ ton 


1 1-16 1:50 hvy 


4 


109 


5 


4 


4 


4 


6* 


5**4Gordon 


7 


54 f 1 :(17%fast 


161 


109 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7*4 R Steele 


8 


Edith W.. Old Ben. Ambition 


97732 Hamilton 


1 1-8 1:53| fast 


6 


105 


4 


4 


2 


1 


3* 


3J 


J 


Wilson 


8 


64 f l:071*slow 


24 


109 


9 


10 


8 


8* 


7**411 Steele 


12 


Korfhage, Dr. Samuel, MtK'kery 


97529 Port Erie 


1 3-16 1 :58g fast 


7-6 


108 


1 


3 


4 


3 


3® 


3* 


J 


Wilson 


5 


5-S l:02Jkslow 


rid 


105 


1 


1 


1 


14 


3*i J McCabe 


11 


Cosis, Lindar. Elandro 


97461 Fort Erie 


1 1-8 l;5’2? fast 


9-6 


106 


3 


3 


2 


1 


1* 


1* 


J 


Wilson 


5 



By Dick Welles — Somersault (Weber & Ward). 

4 5* 3'4 Goose 11 .l.lt.Waketield. Ktlielilii. G.Oxii'd 

4 5i 8*t R Steele II) C.I’uss. Dr. \V. Briggs, R.Eioise 

2 I'i 1* Buxton 12 Ethelda, Sir.Marion, Dr. W. Briggs 

2 16 14 Buxton 12 Eihelda, Dr. W. Briggs, Gasket 

1 2J 3*1 Goose 14 At Bloch. Theresa Gill, llerrard 

2 4J 6*® Goose 9 .M.-Tliorpe, W.Lad. I’ortarlington 

8 5* 2J B Steele 10 Dorlde, Winifred I)., Jack 

3 26 26 Goose 11 Impression, (Mias.Goetz. Kate 

2 2* 2i Goose 9 CliarleyRrown, I.it.Kp. Exealilmr 

By Marta Santa — Country Fraud (J. L. Watkins). 

2 26 5**?.E Martin 11 J.D.W.akelield. Ethelda. Delnur 

7 7 7=® Van Dusen 7 Brawny, 'Tankard. Fred Ia.‘vy 

1 ,36 8*i Kederis 12 Gasket. Cfiiltou Queen, .lon.piil 

1 1* 7® Small S Nimbus, (’liillon King. Ji.niiiiil 

3 3®6 5®i Deronde 11 I'seeit. Tlieo Cwk, Inlan 

5 7*4 8**J.V Wilson .8 Glint. Russell .McGill. Afterglow 

2 2* 3*1 Deronde 12 Yorkville, Simcoe, Fred Ia“v.v 

4 8* 10** Hopkins 12 P. Antoinetle. M. Edilli. Deiiliam 

1 1®6 4*1 Hopkins !) .lominil, Aflerglow, J. of Asia 

2 3* 3*i Ilo{)kins 9 Rigliteasy. Jonquil. Ardelon 

By Marta Santa — Black Water (P. Phillips), 

5 7i 4* Van Dusenjo .1.11. Barr. J.Doekerv. I iieleH.iit 

5 4* 16 Van Dusen 7 RoyalDolly. Arrowsliaft. Rlisler 

4 4® 4*} J .McDou’ldll M. Kateluini, J. Burn. 'I'. Sayers 

3 3* 2nk .Snyder ,S Incision. Star Gift. .loniinil ’ 

5 G* 6®i Wolfe 9 Star Gift, Frog. Mileage 

4 3* l*i McDon’ld 7 Marsaud, W. Welles, JoeGaitens 

4 34 4*1 Goose 8 Kelly. .Tnaqiiin. F. Gralmotlier 

7 6* 5*3 Wolfe 8 Viley, N'imiuis, ('oppertown 

4 4*4 2*5 Dreyer 7 Kelly. .Vneon, Polly Worth 

By Peep o’Day — Silk Maid (W. L. Lewia). 

4 4). 6* E .Martin 10 J.H.Rarr. J. Dockery, nmlellart 

3 36 4*3 McDoii’ld 11 Orecn. Re, Marslioii 

5 5* .5® .T ('allahan12 I.a Mode. Ilenrv Ritte, Coy 

4 7* 7>»3J MeCalie 11 Adelaide T.. 'I’yree, I.a Mode 

4 3* 3*1 .1 CallaUanlO IVId’s Wonder. 11. Uilte, Autumn 

5 6*4 6*'*1E Martin 9 The •Iradi'r, Ril. Holder, I’rospect 

4 31 3*1 Kederis 11 Tin* Reach, Maria (’.. Ethelda 

6 56 4*1 E Martin !•) Ronni*- Eloise. Suiqile. R.-autiful 

By Requital — WireleM (W. £. Nunn). 

9 7* :D1 Small !) ScTim’age. F-Miilliol’d. Sii|)’visor 

3* 2* Mentry ,8 N’ty Lad. L. Man-hiuont. Oracle 
4* 3*1 Mentry 8 N’ty Lad. Semi-cpiaver, G<d<*onda 

4 46 4*"JJ Deav’p't (1 Ed.Graney. Sli’t Onler, I’.I’ender 

1 2* 2* C Turner 4 Helene, Nadzn, Limpet. 

6 5* 4* Fain 12 Limpet. J. Denman, E(ldleGraney 

3 1* 11 Fain 8 Montgomer.v. Helene, Agnar. 

By Orlando— Topsy Over (D. Leban). 

10 10 10** Goose 10 Siireget, S<‘a Cliff All Red 

3 6* 6«1 Sweeney S Startler. My Gal. Third Rail. 



34 4*1 Goose 
6* 5*3 Wolfe 
4*4 2*5 Dreyer 



95rii) 


Min.Sp’gs 5-8 l:04(4slow 


6 


100 


3 


2 


1 


DR. 


SAMUEL, h. g. 2 




106 








n.’i2 


1 /I'xingt on .5V f l:lt)'i,hvy 


14 


105 


3 


6 


r 


111 198 


.Saratoga 3-4 1:13 fast 


20 


112 


7 


9 


9 


10258 


Saratoga 3 ll:14*Afast 


4 


111 


4 


9 


6 


111] .50 


.Saratoga 5.V f l:llS'igood 15 


112 


4 


7 


6 


94ol 


I^atoiiia r» S l:<H»%fast 


14 


109 


5 


5 


3 


9317 


Latonia 5A f 1 M)7%fast 


64 


109 


7 


6 


6 


92 J9 


Latonia 3 4 l:13^fast 


16 


100 


5 


3 


3 


9181 


l.atonia f 1 :U!Mr,hvy 


68 


105 


V 


6 


6 


9o70 


Ii^alonia f l:07^slow 


13 


102 




4 


2 


MARTHA McKEE, h. f. 2 




106 










l.'xingtoii 5.V f 1 :o7'’k;fast 


SV 


liil.v 


2 


3 


4 


tM’il 


■ ..atonia .5-8 1 :oi|'’!(,fast 


40 


lot 


3 


4 


4 




Intoiiia 5-S 1 ;i'ioi4, fast 


f’ld 


110 


3 


2 


2 




l.utoni:i .5-8 l:03V.hvy 


41 


1114 1 


4 


5 




LaInnia 5 8 1 :<il*f.fast 


rid 


109 


3 


2 


3 




Latoni.a 5-S l:i.iii%fast 


24 


lor. 


3 


4 


4 


ho7<» 


i..'xinKtim 44 f iVi’-lsfiist 


17-10 HIS 1 




2 




I.''Xington 44 f 51*ifast 


26 


in 


3 




2 


ORAZELIE. ch. f. 2 




106 









By Marathon — Zinfandel (L, M. Morris). 

4 5* ;;'3 ,1 Hanover 10 l.Luvinia. G.I.s>ve. Dr.Kendall 

9 9* 9'* Kederis 11 Candy Box. .Vda. Rirka 

1 1* 1= J .McIntyre •; Lamli’s Tail, .\ve. Orange 

0 2* 2®6 J Hanover .5 Violet Ma.v, Naograne, L. Pride 

Fell. Obert !> Ratina. Re<|uiruni. Pat Rnthsige 

6 8 S'*10bert S P. Rutledge, T.Creliin. Reqnlram 

5 5* 5‘J Van DnsenU) .M. Declare. R. Williams, Osaple 

4*1 Skirvin 10 Stevesta. Laura. Booth 

1 11 4®1 Zepp Harwood. IvanGardner, Tiktok 

1 1* 11 Vaudusen 8 Claxonette, M.R. Harbor, Sant’eea 

1 24 3*1 Zepp 4 ViedetMay, I.onieGrice. SiinKing 

By Bryn Mawr — Lardella (Crosthwaite & Rodgers), 
r 6 •;*"JRuxton •! Rustling I’.rass. I’.ae. GipsyLove 

!) 8* S"'3J MeTag't 9 R. Clioiee. Gainer. P. -American 

6 5* 5"\ R Steele 9 Edith W., Naiad, Sosiiis 

6 5* 4* J MeCalie .8 Rringhiirst. Suriirising. Sp’head 

3 3* 1*1 .1 Callalian 11 Susan R., Horliard, M. MeKi*e 

G 2* 11” J Callalianll Toynliee, Harhard, Transit 

3 3* 3*1 J (’allalian S Waler’n, Cliristo|diine, .Meshach 

G 5* 0*3 Freneli !•• Korfliage, Amliition, Mo<’kery 

2 2* 2* E Martin 12 Korfliagi*. M«K‘kery. Eustace. 

By Fountainblue — Congala (Bowman & Bradley). 

4 .51 6'*lGross 12 lielloe. F. .Monroe. M. laiwr.v. 

4 4* 4* "Ziirliorg 11 Dr. Samuel. SusanB., H:irl)ard 

2 2* 2* J •'’allahanll EmeraldOem, Serenata, V. May 

5 5* 5*3 Nieol 11 Cliarnieu.se. G. Dive. Rronzewing 



COKNCRACKER, b. c, 3 106 

P‘S31 Connaught 3-4 l;15%fast 15 103 1 

P750 •'onn’ght 51 f l;ll)Vf,hvy l’><) 98 1 

8111 Piniiico 3-4 l:14%fast f’ld 110 10 

7703 Marlboro 15 f l;08)^fast 11-5 104 

6,571 Jamestown 54 f 1:07?. fast 20 108 4 

6422 Pimlico 3-4 1:14? fast 60 103 1 

6375 I’imlico 5-8 1 :01J fa.st 20 112 11 

STANLEY S., hr. g, 5 109 

11;:::.. Ix-xington 3-4 1:13 fast 26 1116 2 

11211 Lexington 3-4 1:17 hvy 27 108 1 

10721 Min.Sp’gs 7-S 1:28 fast 3 114 5 

ltt-567 Windsor lm7)*y l:41'"’>ifast 8 104 5 

KI466 Wiml.sor 5J f 1 :06*4fa.st 8 106 2 

10245 Fort Erie 3-4 l:141f,fast 10 105 3 

UHDa Hamilton 3 4 t:14%fast 8 li)5 4 

9HI73 Hamilton 3-4 l:14%fast 50 109 7 

O ’TIS TRUE, b. g. 3 103 

11155 Lexington 3- 4 1 :15%good 51 104 9 

H2M I^'Xingttm 3-4 1 llattigooil 78 lODlO 

7!)t»:: I.a‘xington 3-4 l:2o hvy 97 lfl9 8 



By McGee — California (J. S. Tyree). 

2 2 4* 33 Snyder S H. Ritte. l.oni I.adas. Syoss<*l 

7 8 10* 10** Snyder 11 Donide Five, Jim L.. Kve Straw 

7 7 6* 10®?. Dre.ver 14 .Maliubali. Bruin B.dle. I/Alsl.m 

4*‘’.VD Iloffmanll Vigorous, Deliorah, Rlitzen Jr. 

3 4 6* G'-’J (’ Turner S Ft^leral, Amlirose, Clidlies Brush 

5 4 4* 4*4 Skirvin 9 Rashti, Cogs, (’andoriiiu 

9 8 8* 5*4 McTag’rt 12 I’ankliurst. W’da Pitzer, C. Brush 

By Jack Point — My Gem (E. J. Salt). 

6 7 6* 7'*.*, Van Duseiill J.D.Wakelield. ITiheld.i, Detour 

5 5 .5* 4'* Van Dusen .8 W. Wili h. Clianl i. |,.r, L. London 

3 11 3'?. 24 Van Dusen .8 ClondCliief. .M:iwrl.:ul. G.RamIde 

6 6 6 6 6’-*.4 V:m Dus«*n •» MndSill. E.ofSa'voy, R, C^a.k 

6 6 6* 5=3 Van Duseull) Riihi’nH., .M . R. Enli'ks, ('.Queen 

7 6 5*4 D Van Duseuli) Raipietle. M. Jolinson. Krli. tail 

5 5 54 5'*4 Vail Dii.senio Heart listone. Rilira, M. Johnson 

7 8 6‘4 4* Van Dusen ,8 Nimbus. • Iiillnu King, Joiiiiml 

By Otis — Jennie H. (M. C. Moorel. 

Pulled u[). Buxton !• Etlo ld:i. I’.illv lianies, l.alxdd 

10 lu 10 10'«4i:rady !•) .I.II.Riirr. J.'Doekery. UueleHart 

5 3 36 3*4 Brady !) W.Woiider.E.orS:ivo.v.J.ii. Weaver 



SIXTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (9.5642 -1:12 — •! 11.5.) 



8 8**3R Stis'le 

24 3* Ia)ftns 
2* 2* Ixiftus 



.8 Roamer. Candy Box. O’Reill.v 

10 Tlieodorita, Rronzewing. Hinata 

11 R. Belle. l.aVaI<‘tla. M. Mieliaela 



HOWDY HOWDY, b. g. 6 109 

10279 Fort Erie 1 1-16 l ;46**fast 9-5 108 1 4 4 

10123 Hamilton 1 1:(0 fast '20 108 111 

999:! Hamilfn 1 1-16 1:47 fast 10 107 5 5 6 



By Ossary — Signorina (W. Woodard). 



3* 3’ Small 
1?. 1* Buxton 
6* 7**1 Deronde 



By McGee — White Plume (J. S. Tyree). 



II is ' Is'xinglon 
loc;' < ■>iiiii'Klit 
p.s:25 t 'onnaiigiit 
lo7 15 • ’oimaugliL 
S‘77 Bile- lion. 
S77<> Bluf Bon. 



5 s 1:02 fast 4.5 
54 f l:osi4fast 12 
5 S 1 ;o2 fa.st 8 
5 8 l;035(,hvy 7 

5 S 1 :o2*,.f.fast 5 
5 8 1 :02*ifast 3-2 



S:H7 I’milli'ii 


4 .) f 


G«! "hvy 


74 


112 


5 


r; 


6 


8222 Piuilii'o 


4t f 


55%gi)od 18-6 109 


4 


2 


4 


Sii.’S Pioilii'o 


44 f 


551/ifast 


23 


no 


2 


2 


2 


DFilTINO. hr. c 


. 2. 






109 








1!212 l."\inglon 


5.V f 


Dio'r.hvy 


40 


b)2 


f. 


3 


4 


'.illl Latonia 


:: 1 


ur.Vsfast 


lot 


los 


3 


2 


3 


!I279 l.alonia 


5V f 


1 :^l71fefast 


f’Kl 


M54 1 


3 


3 


S9|o l.atonia 


54 f 


1 iOT-^fast 


21 


106 


9 


6 


6 


87io liouglas 


5 8 


DOD^fast 


1(^ 


ITO 


6 


9 


10 


8499 1 lollgla.s 


5 8 


1 :ol%.fast 


Si 


b)S 


4 


4 


3 


8.358 •’hiin hill 


5 8 


1 :0i>®Bfast 


37-6 


107 


1 


6 


rj 


81.57 •’hurehill 


44 r 
4V f 


ri4*it.fast 


17-5 


110 


2 




2 


8ti26 I.c'\ington 


entfast 


4 


107 


fj 




1 


7991 I. xington 


4i f 


55%fast 


11 


112 


10 




2 


TRANSPORTATION, 


b. g. 2 




106 








n3.'18 1. xington 


54 f 1 :ti7*»*f'a.‘ 1 


f’ld 


102 


lo 


8 


7 


11257 I^'Xington 


5-8 


l;o3'')£slow 


71 


109 


11 


10 


10 



8 7“ 7’.4 1’. Steele IP Ida laivinia. G. Sil. Tone 

4 3* 3*3 GiHise 11 • ’laxoiudle. Just V.. Dainl.v.Mint 

6 Fell. Sn.vder 11 ZiKliac, Sereiuita. Colors 

3 1®*: 2* Snyder 9 ZiMliae. I.. Travers, Ri qiiimm 

2 3-* 3*4 Sn.vder 12 Serenata. Tile Idol. Tigella 

1 26 6® i Snyder 8 Privet Petal. .I.Marsiinll, Su|irenie 

1 2*4 2* (’ Turner 4 (’aiiiioek. Jezail, Martin Casea 

6 6* 4*® J Wilson S Executor. Mater, Fatliom 

4 4* 33 C Turner 7 •)lympia. Mater. Violet Ka.v 

2 3* 2“6 A M’tliews 7 W.lV.iddell. Cutawny, Si>eariiead 

By Marta Santa — Tart (G. Foster). 

4 4* 1** I'reiK'li •: Rustling Brass. Rae. Gi|»syLove 

3 46 6® Dislimon 9 lliMlge. Gipsy l»ve, Caro Nome 

3 3* 4’*4 W Andressll (lip. Ixne, Eustace. L. Iiinoeence 

6 74 lo" Buxton !•• Korfliage. Rushy Head. Eustace 



9560 


Ft. Erie 1 1-16 


l;'5t)%good 3 


105 


6 


3 


4 


2 


1*4 1* 


A Wi(son 1 1 




I't.Erie lm70v 


1 :50'*'f,slow 


5 


HO 


3 


2 


1 


2 




(’ Turner !i 


91! 9 


Connaught 1 


1 :42%fast 


3 


115 


2 


2 


3 


6 


6* 4*J 


Hopkins 7 


8621 


Toronto 1 1-16 


1 :49'Vfast 


34 


112 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1= 1* 


• ' Tomer 7 


8109 


Lexington 3-4 1 :13')f.fast 


2*J-b 


109 


7 




6 


7 


8 8»« 


W Andress •) 


8<H',9 


liCx’gton 1 1-16 


1 :46%.fast 


4j 


113 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2* 


W Andressll) 



GITANA, b. f, 2 
1' irst start. 



6 74 lo" Buxton !•• Korfliage. Rushy Head. Eustace 
10 12 12'**.Miisgr’ve 12 Eustae*-. Marla '.Mao. livki 

3 4* 7»i C Peak 11 Bandit. Bird .Man. Bushy Head 

5 13 14'» Taidin 14 Caiilioii. Rarliara l.aiie, Tiktok 

2 46 8'* Goose 9 Vaiidergrift, Francis, .Mac 

1 1* 1* (liaise .8 R. Stuart, L. Fortiine, Dick Dixlle 

2 24 2* (liaise 11 Roamer. Tiktok. Sir Caledore 

By Transvaal — Lady Hamburg (Johnson Sc Ayres). 

7 8 9'®4ZiirlMirg 12 Relloe, F. .Mmina-. .M. laiwry. 

ID 10* 9** Disliiiion 11 W:ilirlias>. Furt .Miinria-. San Vega 

By Dick Finnell — Martha Palmer (H. Montgomery). 



SPINDLE, blk. *, S 109 

1i::;!9 I,, x’gtiiii 1I-S1:5I fast 5 4 110 1 2 2 
9i49l Windsor 1 1-lli l;F,4sfa.st 4 lo!) 4 11 
l<i:!99 Flirt Erie 1 1-16 1 :46**igooil 10 lu7 4 4 5 

1U2I4 Ft. Erie lm7<*v l:4:i%fast 24 110 4 2 2 

99‘.)3 H.imilt’n 1 1-16 1:47 fa.st 1.5 113 10 10 10 

97-28 Windsor 1 1 :40%fast 6 114 5 7 8 

P4"i; I.alonia lm70y 1 :44*.ifast 37-10 11.5 6 4 4 

8.'ai0 Douglas 1 18 1:53 fast 35-20 113 3 2 2 

8232 < 'hurehill 1 1 S 1 ;:5'2«;fast 17 109 5 1 1 

8183 Church’ 1 lm7t)y 1:4 l%fast 74 110 8 6 6 

MOLLIE RICHARDS, ch. f. 3 103 

106 
104 



*.oi;m; Anaciiiida f 1:uSSf.fast 8 
lo.'.ss Anaeiinila :J-4 1 ;15-'*iif,ast 2 

I0479 .\naconda 1 1 ;42'’*ifast 7-5 
1o|::9 Anaconda 3-4 l;17*-r,slow 8-5 
ln:!tN .'tiiaeonda 3 4 l:17^slow 1 
10190 Butte 7 8 1 :.’!o*shvy 44 

I008S Butte 51 f l:t)7®4.fast 11 5 

9898 l:ulle 5.*. f 1 :<>9%slop 24 

94 '8 BuUe 5 8 l;ti3 slow 3 

8;X)5 •'.d’.Meno 54 f 1:09 mud 20 



riOll Helena 

5222 Anaconda 



5-8 l:t)2 fa.st — 

5-S 1:07 hvy 13-^ 



7 Cop’rl.iwn. L..M.ITikert, Moisant 
9 El Oro. H. Huleliisiin. .Muff 
11 M.'itie 'I'.. Busy. •'Inlis 
11 Reriiiiilol fe. .\laster Jim. Piel 
9 MoHieS.. I,, of Laiigilen. Hasson 
7 L.M. Eckert, (’lieiniil|Hi. .T.Monek 
7 H:issou. .Mimesis, Cliad Buford 



By Heno— Tweedio (Spiet Sc Powers). 

2* 2- I’.iiMoii Ii (’;irlloii <'liili. Rake. Sir •'ateshy 

2* 2^ Kederis 7 K_;i ll•:ld.■l , J . H . I lnueliloii. I. Liam 

5* 5*4 Riixloii 9 171 Oi'o. •’ogs, •'opperlowii 

3*4 2* I’.uxtoii !i Ardeliiii. Aunt .Mice, ('. Bravo 

9* 9**5I.oftus II .Marie T.. Busy. (’Iiilis 
9* 9®4 Loftiis II Itasli. tVoikiiig I.ad. Mycenae 

7* 8*® 'I'aiilin !•• Voliia. Muckier, (’apitau Bravo 

14 24 Gaiiz •; l’loralD:iy. • 'r:ii |;. Box. I’.isiiilifiil 

1* 1* Taplin 10 1! Eloise. Just Red, Dick Baker 

5* 5*1 .1 Glass 1.’! Just Red, Melt. Street, Fiireliead 

By Star Shoot — Silver Blaze (W. B. Campbell). 

16 .Mulligan 5 Pajandta. t il. WiillT:ii tli. 'Nifty 

2|4 .Mullig;iii 7 Duneriigg;iii. 'I'. Judge. IE. Sweet 

.5'*4 Man'll •; N.MeDi'e. K.Mi'Gee. Dr.D’liertv 

2* Mulligan tl I’ajiiroila, J. Hmii . Tiglit Boy 

•5®4 Mulligan •; Buss. Iiii|iiiel;i. I biddy (lip 

26 Pauley 1; l’:irliir Bo.v, l’^oviul■^^ liuinieta 

4*4 A Murray 7 K. Radford. I’riiviiiee, J. Hiirie 

26 .Mullig:iii .8 I '.Fashiiiii, Great Friar. Lajoio 

5® A Murray 7 I’roviiiee. Seiiorila Dana. Nift.v 

7 7* Bezanson 7 H. Walh:ink, Par. Boy, ’I’ellurlnia 

6 •; Envy, o’Konile, l’'an Zareta 

4* 2*1 Urmea 5 P.Gauuuu, U’Koaite. M.Katcbaoi 



FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1913. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



ROOSTER, ch. ff. 3 

Jll’r>r. I^exiiiKton 3 4 1 :17 slow 57 



7i’4.! .luaivz :!-4 1 r.^.I 4* 

7'fil .luamz ;’,-4 1;13 fast li : 

7'>"« .luaivz 5J 1 1:07 ta.st ."'i 

fi'.':i4 .luaroz 3 4 l:13j| fast 7 

.luaroz f 1 ;07i( goo.l 5 

«S;!7 .luaroz 5i f l:Os^ fast 11 5 

6.'^'7 .luaroz 64 f l.OTK fa.st 3 

6771 Juarez 5i f 1:1>SR slow fii : 
6741 .luaroz 6.J f I lOfij) fast 30 

64.77 I^tonia 6i f l:tli hvv 43-10 

COY. b. f. 3 

lIJNl l.oxitiKlon 3-4 1 iirOigootl 16-5 
10377 Pl.Kii.- linToy 1 : irl-lsliist 20 

m 1013.7 Maniilton 1 1 :4"^fast 6 

^Mjoo 31 llamilt’ii 1 1-16 1:4»1 fast 20 
^^'J'.iis WIn.lsor .7J f 1 :07V3fast 12 
3S3«; Wimlsor 3-4 1 ;1.7'5;Kood .30 
!(375 Lalonla 3 4 1:14 f.ast 19-20 

0.Hi6 Uatonia 3-4 l:12%fast 17-10 

9257 l.ati.nia 3-4 1:12 f.ast 105 

ORIENTAL PEARL, blk. m. 5 
113NS l.' Xiiitrton 3 4 1:15 rooiI 50 

H'lS Min.Si»'i;s 5 s 1:03 fast 34 

97:54 Min.Sp’frs <5 S 1 :o3 Rooil 3j 

!M1S7 Min.Si.’i's 51 f Llo’tslow 3J 
9i)i'31 KIukRiI. 3-4 l:21%hvy 6 

S99S KinBR.1. 3 4 l;16%fast 6 

MM9 Kliitrlal. Atc5-S 59'4fast 15 
X6SX l»(-rmier At>.5-S 1 :ll^,hvy .3 
S0.SO liol’niior AI>5-S ROS^sslop 4 
S6ii2 Dt-rmior Ali5-8 ROsyjhvy 3 
BILLY HOLDER, ch. ft. 3 
11356 I.oxiriKtoti .3-11:17 slow 2S 
9147 Latonia 1 1-16 1:46 fast 13i 
9:179 hatonia IniTOv 1 :43<f,fast 2S-5 
93SO Latonia 1 1-16 l:46%fast 4 
9 Hm: Ijxtonia 1 1 16 1:4S%fast 3,3-20 
9113 l..atoiiia 3 I 1:13 fast 9J 
R9S3 Latonia 1 1 16 l:46%fasi Hi 
SS9:5 laitoiiia ImTOy 1:43-H,fast 32 

3747 Doiiftlas lin70y l:4l-\f:ist 79-10 
SOM Mouftlas 1 1-16 1:46 fast 7.3-10 
S.536 Douftlas liu70y 1:45 fast 16 
UNCLE DICK. br. c. 3 
11397 l.i'xiiiBloii 3-4 l:162-,slow f’Ul 
113::5 l.oxiiiBlon .3-11:13 Last fid 
ir.'ll l.oxinKloii ll:132f,slow 67 
lll>3 l,.-x iim lm7'i\' 1 : 16>|.f.ast 160 

'■OJ3 Is'XiiiBlon 3-4 l:15"5fast 4J 
7:»o3 l.«'XiiiBlon 3 4 1:30 livj’ 12 
SAYVILLE. b. c. 4 
;.N3't t'Iiur<hill 1116 1:47 fast 189 
5510 iMiiit I’k 1 I 16 1:47* fast 132 
52o4 I>.,unlas I‘U 3 4 l:I4i! hvy 371 
3 r.9 l.aloui;i lin7oy 1:4:!1> fast 1.30 
3774 l.atonia 3 4 1:14 fast fid 



By Peep o’Day — Hunger (J, HacManus). 

G« 6'“ .1 Henry !» Merriok. HotTinan. .\iulirose 

3nS 33 .1 Henry .5 IdleTiile. Kivii. Vested Riphts 

2'i I>‘ .1 Henry S l!ars:io. Sp'tly Miss. .Madeline 11. 

S 7" .1 < ':i11alian 1*1 Kiva. I'aini>ineu. Tbo finder 

4"i 4‘i J Henry !> Tlie fiinier. Wey.anoke, Kenneth 

4ni‘ 3-J .1 Henry *! Kiva. Kinp Stalwart. Kenneth 

.3* 36 .1 Henry s The finder. ,\sk 5Ia, Kamchatka 

3*^1 2'i Isiftus 10 Idle Tale. Wheeler. Ask Ma 
7 .1 failalianl2 Casket. I.o:in Shark, Mazurka 

7 7® .1 Henry 7 Utuil Star, Roslrls, Ti^y 

3i 3®1 .1 Callahan 12 Inquieta, Kinmund.y, Kiiip Boi 

By McOee — Fickle (Adair & Baker), 
li’ .1*1 .1 .Mollon’Id 1*1 .I.H.ltarr. .l.lhaker.v. I’mlellart 
5' 5‘-* «:<H)se 11 Urosvenor. Cops, fiiiltoii King 

61 S'"1H dray 12 Wand*‘r. Cates, Ralph Lio.rd 
2- 4**l.i ('alialian .s Dynamite. I’aton. fops 
11’ 9«1 C(H)se 12 Widow WIs*-, Casket. Tankard 

6’ 7*.l .1 f alialian lo l•r..Ulmed. It.I'.i ipadt*. Yorkvllle 
.31 2“t Kederia 10 I’lnvions, Beulah S., Biftra 
2i .3*1 C(K>se 12 La Miaie, Henr.vRltte. AnnaReed 
3* 4’» Hyile (i Theresa dill. C. Jon.-s. It. lioyor 

By Ingoldsby — Gaillard III. (D. Hill). 

5' .5''J li .Steele II M . It. Lnli'ks. fh’tiflor. It. Barnes 

4’ 4"1\V Dale ."> Cordova , Roval liollv. Darker 

1.) 1" IV Dali- *i I sippa. dalley.Slave' f iirfai:i(^all 

4* 4‘.J W I'ale .S l’ani|iinea. Wavorinp. f. Danee 

I’.l Franklin S Tln.v Tim. Curious, Siiupnide 

3‘ Franklin lo Miss Felix, Steleliff. llarn Ilaiieo 

3« Franklin 12 Chas.dm-tz. .Mayltride, Tophet 

3"1 I ranklin i! Itooliy, .Johnn.v IVise. l*liilo|)ena 

2® Franklin !) Elina, Swiftsnre, Etta Uav 

2* Dale li |•ror•livit.^•, day. Lady .Maxim 

By Ogden — Wing Ting (J. S. Hawkins). 

- -Vl '’’’‘‘b’l'is 0 .Merrii-k. Iloflinan. .Vmliroso 

_• < MoDon'ld 7 Sleelli. World’sWonder, Wander 

i>’ 5’»lCoose li W.lV’nder. S. .Actress. E.ofiSavor 

2‘i l»k Kederis 10 Datriielie. T. Kinp, .Mary Ann K. 
6’ 7* Itorel !» Teenmseh. Marshon. Barnard 



5’ 5’“lCoose 
2‘i l''i* Kederis 
6’ 7» Itorel 



36 3'i .1 MeCalxe 10 Lahold. (’apt. Bravo, W. Witch 
2’i 2® Kederis 0 The Cruder. F'rosixect. Marshon 
6* r>»i Kederis lO Harr.vLainler. Fel’man. T.Cra.Ier 
5” 5* Kederis 0 .I.Bnnn. Cariiathia. IlarryLan.ler 
4* 4® Kederis <» Stronp, Harry Lander. 1‘rospeet 
I'i Kederis 11 Cnide Dost. Stroup. A1 ltlo<-h 
By Orlando — Lampover (Mrs. T. Irvine). 

26 4*’, R Denny 12 C.ddColor, L.Londoii. K.Ainlar 
9» 9”lZurhorg 11 .T.D.Makelield.Etlielda. Detour 
S .8*^ Dislimon .s iv. Dove. Rake. B. of BrvuMawr 

7 6=-.iZurt)orp 7 StnrAelress WoodDove. K..Ainlier 
12 12’» J Class 12 Kinplinp. Raveiial. BUI Wlialey 

7’ S"’iBorel !» W. Wonder. E.ofSavo.v. CTis'l'nie 

By Ben Strome — Irvana (W. Brown). 

S S'SHlyde S C. fliili. Molsant. faitilan Bravo 

8 Si®lW W T’lor ,S Beimlifnl. Chariier Work, l.ail 

S S=* IFhtmire .S Reeip’ily. M. l'horiw. L.I.iplitn’p 
111 IIF*} Walcott 10 Work. Izid. Dainpertleld, A'anker 
8 8'Hfrimmiu.s 11 .M. A. .Mayer. ('.aii.Itravo, .Sir Ciles 



9* 9'’lZurl>org 
S .8*’' Dislimon 
7 6=i'.’.Zurt>orp 
12 12’» J Class 
7’ S=’iBorel 



Havre de Grace Entries and Past Performances for Erlday, September 19. 



WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK SLOW. 



Biti-inp starts at 2:1.5 p. nt. (Cliieapo time, 1:45.) 
X Buns well in mild. 0Sii|K‘rior mud runner. 
iMi iiiaideiis. •.\ii|irenliee allownnee. 

First Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 

:! .veiir olds niid upward. Selliiip. 
tTr.aek risord: 1070 — 1 :42-’>f. — 1 — 107.) 



Iiid. 


1 lorse. 


AVI. 


B(M-. 


A 


1 l:!4P 


B- 


.110 


1 : 45 


4 


H2.5I’* 


Tay Pay 


.1*N) 


1 :44% 


Ti 


t I2.52- 





. 104 


1 ; 47sy 


7 


li;:i5»' 


Insis'itor Lestrade 


. 10 :: 


1:40':-. 


4 


ii;!;:o- 


Lad of Laiipdeii . 


. 10 ;! 


1 :4.’!% 


U 


( 1 12541* 


Sepiilvi-da 

Lillie .'iipiter 


.lOS 


1:45% 


4 ; 


( 1 12-221 


. 1*)5 


1:40 «f. 




ii;:45' 


Pelellis 


.107 


1:40% 


4 


IIKK'.* 


Horace E 


.107 


1:51% 


i) 


tll2!)5i* 


Dartwortli 


. lIH) 


1:40% 


r» 


ii:'.45 


J. II. Hoiiplilon . 


.112 


1 : 15% 


4 ; 


1 12!C. 


Bniiii Ifi'll*' i.AI). 


.110 


1:48% 




11290 


Hans Creek 


. 92 


1:49% 





Horse. Wl. Itee. 

Hoiisomiiiii no 1:07 if. 

Cherokee Itose II... 

Sfirite 117 1:05 a:; 

•Niiliid Itil ] :07::'- 

Woiidawhy !IS l:ll7f; 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 



Second Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2 ve;ir-oh|s. Haiidieap. 

I Track record: 4017- .50— 2— 109.) 



(insop I NDAi'NTED . 

li:!4:!:‘ .Mr. Snipgs 

11:14:1 Northerner .... 
(11404 1 Siiperipteiident 
1121s Carl 



,.100 1:01 

.104 1:01 



. .lot* l:00-'k; 
. ;I22 l:ir2 



1121S® Tniuid loo 1:01 Mi 



110x7.50 

liKtxT45 

101. . 745 

120. . 745 
05. .740 
!IS. .740 

104. .7:r. 



2-year-olds. Fillies 


ami (ie 


dillps. 




(Track r*>eord: 


4917 — 


2 


(11190) 


Penniless 


107 


1 :05 a:. 


I Ii;i42i 


Salon 


110 


1 


11*8)1* 


Zisliae 


loo 


1 :02 


1 i;!H’ 


Bnipar 


105 


I : 02 a; 


1 1 1.50* 


(’has. Camiell 


111 


1:01% 


ii;:4i* 


OiHiia 


Hrj 


1 ;02% 


ii;!i2 


A ioh't Alav . . 


no 


1:01% 


1 1;!42’ 


Untjrr 4 loi'tltill 


107 


1 :ir2a-. 


11407 


AA'aiiila ( .M ) . 




1 


1 1 :!42* 


Kixlnin 


.... 14 Ci 


1 :02 


11294 


Pollv II 






1 12.55’* 


First Cherry * M » . . 98 


1:01% 


11408’ 


Domhra 1 .M ) 






11.! 42 


Irish Bov ( .M ) 


— 107 


1:03 *f. 


11108* 


Col pa II i.M) .. 







Third Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 

.‘l-yeiir olds and upward. Sellinp. 
tTraek ns-onl: 4070 — 1 :42-'’.l; — 4 — 107.) 
mss-’ En d Miilhollinid . . 100 1 :45:»f. 0 1O70725 

ll::4o» Wilhite ]o7 l:44Mi 4 102X720 

1I4.5.;’* Stent. .1- HO 1:47 4 •.•!tx7I5 

^i251 Vested Itiphts 101 l:442f. 2 101X710 

Hll.!20) Itlaikford 102 1:42% 7 107X705 

1121MI Ralph l.liiyd 2 05 x 705 

Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs, 

Fllli.'s and .Mares. 

.Ml -Apes. Hanilieap. 
tTraek le.-.r.l: 51. 5S -1 :n5-:. —.3—105. ) 

11251 I.ad.v I.ipliliiitip ...107 l:07%li 4 10<)©75o 



Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs, 
l-.venr-old.s and niiward. Sellinp. 



102 1:42% 



(Truck rei’oril : 515H--1 

IVanda I’ilziT 1 

.Miss Bipsli 

Diseover.v 

.\iTiiii (M) 4 

Whlsfier It.lle 1 

-Amhiirsl I M > . . . . 1 

Ford .Mai (.M) 1 

' 1' II r k 1 y in the 

Straw I M I . . . . . . 1 
Colden Vale ( .\l 1 . . 1 
I'll.viiip Teller, l>. e. 
liy fitv Itiiiik — 
Ossin.-ki' 



FIRST RACE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (4079 — 1:42% — 1 — 107.) 



index Course Dlst Tlm.-T’ckOddn Wt 8t 
BE. hr. g. 4 107 

I131P H.deilraee 3-4 l:13%fast 200 10.8 6 

HI'S H.ih'lFiv lm7iiyl:l.5%la.st 30 105 2 

1M,59 Wimlsor IniToyl :47%hvy 13-10 104 2 
10514 Wiml.sor 1 l:3«%fa.st 50 9S 3 

I0399 FortErio 1 1-16 1 :46M.kiuh1 30 102 7 

loin’s Fort Erie 1 1-16 1 :.53%hvy 3i lo:i 4 

103TS Fort Erie 1 1 16 1 :47Mifast 9 105 3 

TAY PAY. ch. g, 5 104 

i;.:54 H.ileC’ee IniToyl : 1.5%f.ast 3 pHi 2 

H1I5 H.cleO’ee lni7oyl :46%fast 8 104 8 

10’3S Saratopa 1 l:4o%fast 20 lOS 1 

93SO Latonia 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 12 111) 10 : 

930!) Uitoiiia 1 18 1:51 fast 3| lo!) 7 

91S3 Latonia linToy 1:4S hvy 13 108 8 

BER'VTCENCE. ch. h. 7 103 

113.53 H . del Fee 1 1-16 1 :4S fast lOO lo:; 4 

I0753 Saratopa 1 lllMislow 30 IDS 5 

91x2 Ivatonia lni70y 1:48 hvy 13-5 110 1 

9113 I,alonia 1116 1:48 fast 9) 109 2 

9048 l-atonia lin7oy 1 :49%mud 37-5 114 7 

8402 I•hurl■llill 3 4 Llil’ihvy 33-10 113 8 
83M) I ’hiireh'l 1 1 16 1 :;sP4inud 7J 111 1 

79o2 H.deilraee 3 4 1:17 mud 30 115 6 

INSPECTOR LESTRADE, ch. g. 4 104 



h;;45 


H.deC*'*' 


lm7uvl:16 fast 


I*) 


102 


r» 


r» 


r. 


4 




1= 


.A Wilson 


11251 


H (loCCe 


lm7oyl ; 15%1'ast 


2 


MS 


1 


4 


3 


4 






T Davies 


IIIXS 


ll.deC’eo 


ImTiivl ;15%f:ist 


4i 


1(13 


4 


3 


2 


1! 


3’ 


•»* 


Nc'.vhm 


1US27 


Sura I OKU 


1 1:13 hvy 


9-10 102 


2 


3 


3 


3 


•)« 


2'J J MeTag’r 


]o7.'6! 


.Saratoga 


1 l:41%slow 


12 


114 


1 


3 


3 


3 


3" 


o' 


'r Davies 


li(7id 


.8aratopa 


1 l:3;i%fa.st 


7 


113 


r» 


4 


4 


4 


41. 


3’i 


T MeTap 


lIH'.ll) 


.Saratoga 


1 1 ;4o fast 


S 


107 


[) 


4 


3 


0 




M 


Me’l’ag 


lo.'ail 


.'Saratoga 


1 l:.3*J%fast 


4 


98 


4 


b 


5 


4 


3’ 


2- 


J MeTap’ 



LAD OF LANGDEN, b. g, 9 

);;';;o Syraeme :M 1:16} slow 9-5 
loV.'3 .Saratopa 1 l:4o%fast 15 
li.:;o5 .Saralopa 1 l:39%fast lo 
lol 1!) Saratopa 1 1:43 pood 7 
1IHI33 Haiiiilfn 1 1 16 1 :46%fast 2 
9535 Kt.Erie IniToy 1 :47%pood 8_ 
91191 Ft. Erie ImToy l:.5o%slow 15 
93.57 Hamilton 7-8 l:37%last 30 
SEPULVEDA ch. h. 6 
H354 1 1 ih'i Fee I iiiToy 1 :45’ofast 2 
11140 H.ih l'.race .3-4 1:13 fast 50 
9333 l.alonia 3 4 l;lS’4fast 31 
!SMi7 l.alonia 1in7oy 4:44%fast 30 

7x::o H.iletFce lm7oyl :45%fasl 8 
73.8(5 .luarez 1 l:3.8ij fast 8 

7349 Juarez 1 1:4<) fast 5 

LITTLE JUPITER, b. g. 3 
11333 H .delFee lm70yl :46’r.fast 35 
h'735) .sliiratopa 1 1:41 List 7-5 



By Hastings — Queen of Trent (S. Ross). 



h'735) .'saratopa 
l‘i64o Siiratopii 
I"lo5 Saratop.a 
1 ij 3:35 Saralopa 
9951 Delmont 
!m, 95 Helniont 
9537 Belmont 
9190 Belmont 



1 1 ;4o fast 8 
1 1:40 fast 6 
1 1 ::i9%fast 6 
3 4 1 :13 slop 10 
1 l:4o’4ifast 8 
3 4 1 :13Vofast 10 
3-4 1:11 'fast 12 



3= 16 But well 

1’. 36 Blltwell 
3> :V\ Blltwell 
.366 :F Biitw.-ll 
4’ 3-’ Blltwell .8 Kate K.. Workliip Lad. Swish 

4*1 4’} But well (> Montresor, Venpliee. Ivahel 

5’ 3} Blltwell 11 I) Em, Beaiieoo|i, Water Welles 
8i 7'"}Butwell 10 Isidora. Kaliiika. Dediiethm 
1’ 1" Bill well 14 B. I..ass, 1‘erlhshlre, Monerelf 
By Peep o’Day — Myrtelus (T. G, Enright). 

3>. f Miller .s Swish. .Ardehni. liisp. I.estradc 
6'"6’",r Miller .8 1/iltle Jiiiiiler. Sleiilor. Swish 
4 4'6 \V Ward 4 Honey Bee. Briar I’ath. Ih'som 

6* 6'" Cross S The IVidow Moon, Criseo, .Ahdoti 

71 visjCross 9 D'oehares. The W. .Moon. Cogs 

6' G'* Vand’sen 7 ClilT Edp<“. I'liripht. Airev 

1* 1* Bruee 14 Alwa.vs First. Rehniind, Batlerv 

3’ 3* J Wilson .S Lohenprin. .1. AA'alser. Ton Ila't 

Ink 2’ Bniee 11 Diseover.v, Fift.vFive. B.Diiylipht 



s Steiitor. Swish, fomiiliment 
4 Brasiklielil. Afti-rplow. Drowoc 
.s l.Lestrade, Bi-aiieoiiii. Napier 
7 Virile. Scallywap. .Vhdon 



PETELUS. hr. g. 4 

11315 H ih-iFi'e lm7oyI:16 Last .50 
II:'32 ll.il.iFce ImToy I :lii%fast 30 
hop. Saratopa 3 4 1 :13%fast 4i) 



ll:'33 1 1. <1.1 Fee 
1<«516 .‘-laralopa 
I14..S Fori Erie 
93X5 ll.imillon 
)s8.‘ I Blue Boll. 
X3I'3 I'iiiilieo 
M71 Dinilieo 



1 I:46-%slow 20 
3 4 l:12-%fast 100 
T S 1 :28'4ifast 25 
3-4 1 liiv.hvy 27-10 
1 ItlHifast 19 5 



7XM H.di-ilraep 5} f 1 :<)7-%slovv 5 
HORACE E.. ch. g. 9 
lll<». H.deilraee :i t 1:11 fast 20 
IlJlHi H.d••Crael' 3 1 1:11 fast 12 
HB5 H.deilraee 3 4 1:14-%last ’31) 

>73X Klei'tiie 1 1:45 fast 3 

8?ip5 Eh-i-lrie AhC}fl:37 pood27-10 
8.‘.<’,6 F.leeti ie ,A1>5 S 1 :o;!Mipood 5 
X3G3 Biiiilieo Imloy l:t6%fast 318 
X346 filiilieo 1 l:l3%fast 16 

8333 Biiiilieo 3 4 1:15 pood 9.5 

8F9> I'lmlieo 3 4 l:!5'4;fast f’Ul 

T9'!9 II ileHr.aee 3 1 l:M%fasl 40 

DARTWORTH. ch. g. 5 
II -'9.5 H.deiFi-e liiiTOy 1 :46<:,fa.st 3-5 

11115 ll .lelFc.- liiiToyl :46«tfast 7 5 
I''6t't .sarolopa I 1:40 fast 15 
l'd53 .siar'Iopa 1 5-16 2:13-V.fast 15 

16335 .Saratoga 1 I 39%fast 6_ 
10J61 .Saratoga 3-4 1:14 fast 7-3 
16183 Saratugu 1 IMo^Iast 8 



7' T'^JCross 
6' G'* Vniid’sen 
1* 1* Bruee 
3« J Wilson 
1"‘ 2’ Brine 



J. H. HOUGHTON, b. h. « 112 

H315 H.delFee lm70yl:46 fast 20 ]0.7 

11319 H’d.'iFce linTDvl : 16%fHSt 13 111 

ll'lo H.deCraee 3-4 1:13 Last 30 112 

III711 Min Sp-ps I l:;2)M,fast 3J ins 

U'694 -Mln.Sp’ps 1 1:40 fast 3} 109 

10667 Min. Sli ps 7-8 1:37 fast 7-10 l.'O 

li).i99 .Min.Sp'tj 1 1 16 1:l7%Last 7 10 13(1 

10491 Wimlsor 1 1 16 l:46‘i,fast 11-5 lo!) 

I18194 Hamilton 3-4 l:F3%fast 6 114 

BRUIN BELLE, ch. f. 3 106 

11395 H.dell’ee ImTovl :46%fast 10 Ho 
im;!o Saratoga 1 l:3S%fast 40 95 

lo:l7I .Saratopa 3M l:13%fast 15 109 

9949 Belmont 1 1-16 1:47 slop 20 93 



Withdrawn 



98X9 


Belmont 1 1-16 1:48 fa.st 


60 


96 


4 


5 


.5 


5 


5 


5”',.MeNair 


5 


9642 


Belmont 1 l:42%fast 


l’2-5 


105 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3’ 


3®J Khroth’r 


(! 1 


9191 


Bfdmont 3-4 l:13%fast 


8 


M3 11 10 10 


10 


10’ 


8'’iMcNair 


11 


S933 Belmont 7-8 1 :25 fast 


20 


92 


9 


7 


8 


9 


9 


9” McNair 


!) 1 


8812 


Bi'lmont 1 l:40%fast 


15 


103 


6 


4 


2 


2 


2'J 


2^ McNair 


12 


HANS CREEK, b. g. 3 




102 










By Potomac — Onaga 


H2!(0 


H.deCraee .3-4 1:14 fast 


100 


M5 


14 




11 


11 


11 


It" Sehiit’per 


\ 1 


X7.38 


Electric 1 1:45 fa.st 


13-5 


100 












Ih Doyle 


S ] 


8703 


Electric AI)7-S 1 :;!2'%slow 63-10 


102 












5* Dovh: 


<> 1 


8.5 17 


Klei'trie Al>7-8 1 ::!4%hvy 


12 


1P4 












.3’ Doyle 




8479 


Electric 1 I 16 l:57%slop 


29-5 M2 












3'“ Chaiqiell 




8321 


I’lmlieo ImGOy 1 ;46%good 46 


99 


u 


fj 


5 


4 


6* 


6®} Mc*'ahey 


s ^ 


8240 


I’lmlieo 1 l:42'/if.ast 


175 


95 


9 


8 


7 


7 


5’ 


4®i MeCaliey 


lli 


8152 


I’lmlieo 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 


rid 


97 


8 


9 10 


8 


8* 


7'® -AleCahey 


n 


8076 


Pimlico 1 l;42%f.ast 


61 


!« 


7 


9 


8 


9 


7nk 


7" MeCahey 


32 


7793 


H.deC’ce ImTOyl :4775good .30 


92 


2 


1 


2 


4 


6’ 


G'’JMeCahey 


G i 


7761 


J.ame.stown 1 l:4.3‘%good 40 


9.3 


7 


7 


6 


7 


6' 


6‘’iMcCahey 


s 


7734 


J.atnestown .3-4 1:15 fast 


7-5 


101 


‘ 




7 


6 


4’ 


5*3 McCahey 


10 1 



By Dungarren — Ben Led! (O. W. Scott). 

7 7=" 7'* R Waldron s Swish. Ardelon, I'etehis 

5 h 51“ R Waldron Wor. Lad. Ealeada. Sniierslil Ion 

7 7 6» R Waldron 7 W. Welles. L.l.iphlnlnp. B.l'afh 

4 4’ 4*J W .\iidress .5 Floral Bark. A'liiir. Stiek I'in 

2 2“ 2' W Andress I H. Lander. Ymir. Stiek I’in 

2 2* 3* W Andress 4 Stieki>iii. Just Red. Beanlitiil 

1 I'i 1- W .\iidress H Bin I>aseH, Wood Dovi'. Defy 

4 3J 3*1 R Waldron 7 Faleada. Siiindio, Lord Elam 

6 6* 4'i R Waldron 7 Three Links, .Vnavri, J. Knight 

By Ort Wells — Raffia (Conewago Stable). 

2 3J 4’’ .Mex S Dartwortli, Reno. Nohle Crand 

8 8 S-’“ii ’ampbell .S Semprite, Alission, Swannaiioa 

3 3’ 3* C VaiiB’enl- S.vlvaii. Br.vnlimah, I’rospeet 

wn. McNair 4 Fl.v.Fair.v, .Streniimis. FifIvFIve 



SECOND RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. ( 1!)17 — .59 — 2—109.) 



UNDAUNTED, b. f. 2 

1HS9 H.deCraoe 5-8 1:01 fast 
118.72 Saratoga 3-4 l:14%slow 



10520 Saratoga 
10474 S.aratoga 



3-4 1:15 fast 
3-4 l:1.3%fast 



10334 Saratoga 5} f l:07%fast 
10229 .Saratoga 5} f 1:08 fast 
!i.365 Belmont 5-8 st 59%fast 
MR. SNIGGS. br. c. 2 
11;M.3 H.deilraee 51 f 1 :06%fast 
H21S Il.ilellrace .5-8 1 :i8)%fast 
107.54 Saratoga 3-4 1:15 slow 



II8773 Saratoga 
10171 Saratoga 
lo:!u2 Saratoga 
10131 Saratog.a 



.5-8 1 :i8)%fast 
3-4 1:15 slow 
.3-1 l:ll%slow 
3 4 l:I2%fast 
3 4 1:i:i fast 
i‘. f l:oS%fast 



7 110 2 

7-5 110 1 

6-5 105 1 
3| 108 2 

6 107 4 

10 105 3 

106 

8 lOS 1 

18-5 104 3 
30 108 

20 113 7 

30 HO 2 
30 122 11 

6 112 4 

101 

12 IDT. 6 
5 104 8 

10 102 8 
10 107 2 

10 112 5 

4 IF’ 2 
11-5 108 6 



By Star Shoot — Lyndall (A. Miller). 

1’ 1’ Byrne !i Fnele Mon. .Mater. Ootehis 

2’ 2* Byrne !) I.. Nephew, Trumps, Flitterpold 

1* 1= Byrne IP Delft, old Ben. Siihm 

1’ 1’ B.vme 10 Belloe, J. Nolan. Heartbeat 

4’ 3*i B.vrne IP B.t’lioiee, IrhU'seeiict*. 'I'.Knouph 

8’ (’.'"IByrne 12 K .MeD’ell. Ha lVmi- Valkyrie 

4’ 4'i T Davies 7 Oi'otmiil Ilyiiatia, Calaxy 

By Oddfellow — Naulahka (F. Johnson). 

Ill •>:• I <1 »• 



I’I :!=1 .1 Class 
2=> 2- Wolfe 
3> 8*1 .1 Class 
6* 5‘».’..I Class 
r> r,-- .1 Class 
10’ 11” .1 Class 
I- 1’ J Cl.ass 



!• Calner. Roaiiier, Northerner 
.5 Sii|ierinlendeiil. 'rranid. tlarl 
9 L. .Neiihew. B.BriHmi. Spearhead 
I) L. Xe|>hew. Fndaiiiileil, Trumps 
5 B’horst, Lit.N.-i.hew, B Bromi 
12 Roamer, Caiiier. Blaek T.iiiey 
11 Figlnny, K. McDowell, Fireside 



A.WI.Han. 
.5 115X71.5 
:: IPS . TIP 
4 12P..73.5 
2 !M>. .73.5 

1 9.5..7.’.P 



103X725 
ll::XT2P 
103X71.5 
10SX7L5 
103X710 
lO’.XTlo 
IPS. .70.5 
IPS. .70.5 

103. .705 

10:1. .70.5 
IPS. .70.5 

!)S. .70.5 
lo;!. .Too 
10:1 . .7ih) 
ms. .isio 



SUPERINTENDENT, 


, b. g. 2 




120 








By Ogden — My 


11M4 H.deCraee 


3 4 


1 :12'/4fast 


5 


98 


3 


3 


1 


3* 1' J .MeTap’i 


H2IS H.deCrac'e 


5-8 


1 :(ks%fast 


6-5 


109 


4 


r> 


;! 


Inlt 1= Blltwell 


lu,x.5.3 Saratopa 


7-8 


1 ;26 fast 


12 


117 


8 


9 


9 


9* 7”}Bulwell 


]<Ki99 Saratoga 


5} f 


1 :07%fa.st 


4J 


107 


8 


6 


1 


1= 1* Blltwell 


10104 .Saratoga 


5i f 


1 :07 fast 


12 


109 


4 


2 


3 


I'i I't B .Steele 


M226 Saratoga 


5} f 


1:07 fast 


5 


107 


5 


2 


2 


2’ l.A Blltwell 


9768 Belmont 5J f st 


1 :(i6 fast 


7 


94 


6 


4 


4 


4'5 4’ .1 .Alc’rag’ 



9.586 Belmont 5J f 1 :os-'5(;good 11-6 109 4 
9118 Belmont 51 f St 1:06 fast 3 107 3 

93’3:: Belmont .51 f St l:06%fast 10 107 .3 

9396 Belmont 61 f St l:l)G%fast 8 105 5 

914'i Belmont 5} f st 1 :l)8%good 8 107 5 

vDisiiualilieU for foul. 

6ARL, br. o, 2 95 



-10.5.) 

.3 107. .700 
3 II)T..i;!)5 
3 107..li!)0 
3 llllXiMMI 
3 107. ,(*K5 

.’! 101..(iS.5 
3 101.. 11.8.5 

:: 99.. (ISO 

:: 101.. lisp 



NORTHERNER, ch. g. 2 101 By Yankee — Royal Gun (R. T. Wilson). 

li:;i! H.deCraee 51 f l:l)0%Last 12 IDT. 6 6 6 O’’ 4* Wolfe 9 Caiiier. Roaiiier. .Mr Siiipgs 

I040I .Saratoga 51 f 1:07 fast 5 lo4 8 8 4 21 3* M'olfe lo Siiperinlendeiit. I) Ben V Tree 

]i.;’.:!o .Saratoga 5) f 1 :iM;%fast 10 lo2 8 8 8 7i 6"’Neamlcr S Flit’gold. It.&Saddle, ’ K.’MeD’h 

96181 Belmont (>1 f st 1 :o6 fast 10 107 2 3 3 4* 4'*} Wolfe 10 l'’Iltti'rgoiiL Surrirising IT Miin 

934.3 Belmont .51 f st 1 :0.5%fast 10 112 3 7 7 7'1 7L’ Wolfe S Siir|.rising.' Executor S and Cm 

8862 Dip. Uoek .Mfl:U8 fast 4 112 2 2 2 2 Ink 1| Wolfe 4 Blk. Broom. Viol. Ray Stake&Cao 

8668 Belmont 5-8 st l:(8V%fa.st 11-5 108 6 7 8 ’ 7*- Neander 14 Hurakaii. Unfurl, EI B.UmI 

?ERINTENDENT, b. g, 2 120 By Ogden — My Beauty (F, Manniz), 

4 H.deilraee 3 1 1 :12'/4fa.st 5 98 3 3 1 3’ 1' .1 .MeTap’rt IIV. Notions. W. AVelles Sehapo 

.8 H.deilraee .5-8 1 :l8)-%fast 6-5 109 4 5 3 l"k 1= Bntwell .5 .Mr. Siiigps, 'rranid Carl 

.3 Saratoga 7-8 1:26 fast 12 117 8 9 9 9* 7''}Bulwell 10 Brail.l’hoUv. .Siiriirisinp Hilnh 

9 Saratoga 51 f l:07%fast 41 107 8 6 1 1= D Bntwell !) Delft, Vega. Dri'slon Lvnn 

4 .Saratoga .51 f 1:07 fast 12 109 4 2 3 I'l I’t B Steele 10 Niatherner, Did lien, A aiik Tree 

6 Saratoga 51 f 1:07 fast 6 107 5 2 2 2* M Bntwell 7 Salon, Lily Orme. Korfhape 

5 Itelmont 51 f st l:li6 fast 7 94 6 4 4 4'! 4® .1 .Mc’rap’t (1 Water Lady. Iloitdav Anytime 

6 Belmont 5} f 1 :os-%good 11-6 109 4 111* I'J .4 Wilson 7 Roh.uliver,' Laneewisi’d ‘ Follvir 

8 Belmont 51 f st 1:06 fast 3 107 3 4 4 4 4’*iJ Hanover 4 Flitterpold. 'r.Spirit H Brother 

3 Belmont 51 f st l:06%fast 10 107 3 5 3 21 I’l ,T Hanovi-r S Stonehi-npe, Wat**r I.adv Flask 

6 Belmont 61 f st l:l)G%fast 8 103 5 111’ 3*1 J Hanover 1: Delft, .Mordeeai LaneewisHl 

■i Itelmont 5i f st 1 :l)8%good 8 107 5 1 1 li 21 .1 Hanoverl2 Dolly 11.. Anytime Beau Dere 

vDisiiualilieU for foul. 

IL, br. 0, 2 95 By Martinet — Memories (J. L. Holland), 

s H.deCraee .5-8 1 :i8i%fast 15 ]09 1 1 2 4* 4'“JTeah:iii .5 S’intemleiit. .Mr. Soigps Trnnid 

8 lUdniont .5-8 st 5!)»ifa.st 5 112 4 .3 5’ 4“ 'I' Davies S Dum h Bowl El Biod Caiiier 

.3 Belmont 5-S st 59%fast 21 116 4 2 3)> 3’t J tllass B! Dnni h Bowl. Siirprisiri.' Cnfiirl 

8 Pimlico 5-8 1:02 fast 3-5 122 1 1 1 1* 1» J Wilson l! Fathom. Canto Bean IVre 

2 Pimlico 41 f 55%Last 3-10 120 1 11 1* Ih c Turner 4 Fathom. Defen'iliim Worstdale 

1 Pimlico 1-2 48%fast 3-10 112 2 1 18 I’i J Wilson ,S 'I’rade .Mark Florin .Master Jiie 

2 Charleston 1-4 25 fast 1 118 3 1* 11 Butwell 9 \V'. Shoes, Preserver. .Sonny Boy 

tDisquallfied for foul. 

ANID, ch. f, 2 88 By Voter — Truelove (S. L. Parsons). 

X H.deCr.aee 5-8 1 :00%fast 13-5 lot! 5 4 4 3* 3*1 Karriek .5 Su|ierintendent. .Mr Snipps Carl 

6 Saratopa 51 f 1:08 fast 1 108 5 3 1 li* Ih Karriek '< Hurakan, B. Brother H.irtense 

1 .Saratopa ,51 f 1:08 fa.st 11-5 105 .3 2 1 1* 1® Karriek 10 Briimley, Ml BIikI. Humiliation 

C Belmont 51 f st l:oC%fast 7-6 105 4 3 3 3‘i 3*1 Karriek 4 An.vtime, Uiiele .Miin, Dlsjiarlty 

CLE MUN, ch. c, 2 107 By Uncle — Offensive (H. C. Hallenbeck) 

3 H.deCraee .51 f 1 :06%fast 41 108 7 9 7 7’ .Musgr’ve !l Cainer, Roamer. Mr Snipps 

9 H.deCr.ace .V8 1:01 fast 8 10!) 5 6 5 3* 2’ Miispr’ve !)riidamifed Mater (Udelns 

3 .Saratoga 7-8 1:26 fast 10 108 3 8 8 S’ S”lMusgr’ve 10 Brad.t’hoUv. Suriirisino Ralph 

G .Saratoga .51 f l:09%hvy 7 IDS 7 7 7 41 .3® } Byrne 7 'I'he Bsher. Siiri>risinp 'p l.vnn 

2 Saratoga 51 f I :l)61ifast 7 108 4 4 5 5 ' 6* ‘l.Mnsgr’ve ,s Pennant, Orotund. Rahili 

0 .Saratoga 6>. f l:06%fast 15 110 4 3 .3 3’ 2' Troxler 11 Craellla. FlittergoUl P Bowl 

1 .Saratoga 51 f 1 :06%fast 10 107 4 5 7 7>*k 7»1 .Mospr’ve S L. .Nephew, Roamer Siirprlsliip 

2 Belmont .51 f st l:07'%fast 9-5 108 9 4 2 11 I'* .Mnspr’ve 10 El BUsl. SerapisT Small 

6 Belmont 51 f st l:lHi fast 10 109 1 2 2 2 ’ 3’} .1 Wilson 10 Fllttergohl. Siirprlsiug, N’erner 

THIRD RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, (497!) — 1:42% 1 107.) 



H2IS 


H.deCraee .5-8 


1 iikslifast 


15 


M!l 


1 


1 


2 


4= 


P’ri’eahan 


S7.5S 


Belmont 5-8 st 


59^ifa.st 


5 


112 


4 




.3 


5> 


4® 'r Davies 


Sll'J.3 


Belmont 5-8 st 


69%fast 


2i 


116 


4 




2 


3h 


3’t .1 Class 


8.318 


Pimlico 5-8 


1 ;02 fast 


3-5 


122 


1 


1 


1 


1’ 


1’ .1 Wilson 


SH2 


Pimlico 4J f 


55%f.ast 


3-10 


120 


1 


1 


1 


1’ 


Ih (' Turner 


7961 


Pimlico 1-2 


48%fast 


3-10 


112 


2 




1 


ll> 


I'J J AA’ilson 


7012 


Charleston 1-4 


25 fa.st 


1 


118 


3 






1’ 


li Butwell 



tDisquallfied for foul. 

TRANID. ch. f. 2 88 

1I2IX H.deCraee 5-8 1 :00%fast 13-5 106 5 

108.56 Saratoga 51 f 1 :08 fast 1 IDS 5 

Ki.521 .Saratoga ,51 f 1:08 fast 11-5 105 .3 

1)466 Belmont 51 f st l:oC%fast 7-6 105 4 



UNCLE MUN, 


ch. c. 2 




107 








11313 H.deCraee .5i f 1 ;06%fast 


4A 


M.X 


7 


9 


7 


11189 H.*leCrace .3-8 1:01 fast 


8 


10!) 




6 


i, 


108.33 .Saratoga 


7-8 1 ;26 fast 


10 


108 


3 


8 


S 


10826 .sai'atoga 


5.*, f l:09%hvy 


7 


IDS 


7 


7 


7 


10602 .Saratoga 


5*. f I:06>4fast 


7 


108 


4 


4 


5 


101.30 .Saratoga 


r>i f l:0*I%fast 


15 


110 


4 


3 




10181 Saratoga 


5i f 1 :0*i%fast 


10 


107 


4 


5 


7 


9892 Belmont 


5i f st 1 ;07'%fast 


9-5 


108 


9 


4 


2 


9(>96 Ih'lmont , 


5i f st 1:06 fa.st 


10 


109 


1 


2 


2 



7-’ 7’ .Muspr've 
3* 2’ Muspr’ve 
S’ Si’lMusgr’ve 
41 .3®} Byrne 
5' 6* ‘l.Mnsgr’ve 
3’ 2' Troxler 
("k 7*1 Muspr’ve 
11 1'* .Muspr’ve 



Str Fin Jocke.va Started Order of Finish 
_ By Aeronaut — Millie A. (P, J. Mile*), 

I®’, 'li‘ahiin 10 Trifler. I'ropressivi'. Briar Path 
8® S” Teahan 9 Iniioes’n. F.Mulh’ml. l.Lestrade 
1’ 1’ Kederis It Cerrard. CoihI Dav. L..M.Eekert 
6* 5'*' F .Moore ,S Ivahel, M’ander, A’orkville 
7’ 7" J (’ullahan 9 1-71 Oro. (’ops, CiMipertown 
1’ I'i .1 Callahan S .Marslion. .Micoosiiki'e. L. Elam 
4*1 4*1 Teahan 9 Pliant. Schaller, Adolante 
By Stalwart — Margaret Kent (W. M. Sheedy). 

4* J- J .MeTiip’rt .Se|inlveda. Fmp. DrU'd Lad 

3' 1* J Mi-Tag'rt Nello. D.irlworth. Slenlor 

8” 8*®}.! Henry 9 Kal«' K.. Swi.sli. Crasmero 
71* G”iC(Mi.se 10 Billyilolder. Patruelii-, 'roniKlnp 

5’ 4’ CiKise 7 Foreheail. .MaryAmiK., B“aiitirii! 

4I1 3=i B .Steele S Dr.W. Brigps. Helene. T.X’Iniare 
By Service— Innocence (P. Hyams), 

4i 5” Karriek O Crasineie. B.V’veer. r..\shmeado 

5 5'® J .McCuIh' r> Crasmere. Beaneoiqi. l.Lestrade 

7 7” laiftns S Br. W. Brigps, Helene. Tav Pav 

10» 10’* P.aker 11 Bohhy C<s)k, Helene. Wish.' Rlni; 

4’ 3=1 Baker ID B. Chanee, Vollta. J. C. M'eaver 

9 9*=i J Class F2 Wilhite. Sir Marion, Ther. Gill 

3* 3*1 Baker S .Moekler. .Siiiiervisor, JnckLaxson 

6’ 4’ Baker !) FnsI Levy. .Mapazine. 'Toniata 



FRED MULHOLLAND. blk. g. 9 

IHXS H.delFee IniTOyl :45%fast 10 
loToI Saratopa 1 l:.’:9%fast 7 

10473 .Saratoga 1 1 :3S fast 6 

lOiiiiT Saratoga 1 1-8 l:52%fast 3 
10130 .Saratoga 1 l:.39%fa.st 21 

1IK)I.3 Belmont 1 1:40 fast 9-5 

!)766 Belmont 11-16 1:46 fa.«t 4 

9587 Belmont 1 l:38'%good 31 
9413 Belmont 1 1-16 1:46 fast 4 
9292 Belmont 1 1-16 l;45%fast 8-5 
WILHITE, hr. g, 4 
11310 H.deCraee .3 4 1 :1.3%fast 4i 
11184 H.deCr.aee :!-4 l:13%fast 9-10 



By Bannockburn — Mis.s Baker (J. 0. Talbott). 

; l.Lestrade. .M.vFelU 



■-5 it-e '.V J I’ Bryson. Br.D’mier. I.Lestrailo 

« I ' rusmere. Insp. Lestrade, Swish 

of - •• W.Hurn. I. Lestrade, C.ihM’the 

3 } 4 ”lButwell 7 C.Ashmeaile. Beaiie’p. M..\nnK. 

cfi AV’. Welles, Diseovery, S.PrIiieess 

5s o"!"''.! '''Aar Horn. Kaliiika. Dakhorst 

is Ts e •• •'Dii'ilmmhl. an, Vengheo 

;?v Tv AValser. Starl.ottle 

2’i 1 Blltwell ;> Sickle. Mmioeaey. .Iiidge AA'alser 

By Radford — Determination (W. G. Yanke). 

os .I 3 ' I’l'ogressivi.. 



9184 I..atonta 
9146 Ipitonia 
9005 Latonia 



3-4 l:1.3'*tslow 16-5 
.3-4 l:12%fast 4 
3-4 1:12 fast 21 



!l Imiires’n. E..Miilh nil. .MyFellow 
Beaiieoiip, Patruehe 
.5 Crasmere. Beaiicnni). S. Denrah 



By Algol — Law of Langden (R. E. Watklnt). 

2i Troxler 2 A'ellow Eyes 
2'i 2‘® .1 MeCahe ij Dr. Diienner. Steiilor. Inf.IJin-en 
6" 6'"iTaplin 7 Cohmel (Vxik. Slentor, Swish 

5 5’* Taiilin 5 Fly. F(s»t. R. Meti'or. lU’aiicoiip 

24 2’ Teahan ,s MiilT, Liiek.v Ceorge, Kinmnnd.v 
7’ 7’* R HoffmanH) Clinloii, Marie 'F.. L. .M. Eckert 
3’ 3” Small 9 MollleS., Howdy Howd.v. Has.svin 

4’ 4=) \A’ Knapp S ('. Kriim, M. Marion, DaisyPl.att 

By Prince of Melbourne — Dinawiok (P. Hyams), 

1’ 1* S Taylor s I’ay Pay. Prop. Otheil Lad 

5= D'. S 'I’aylor 7 W.AVelles. L.Liphtninp. 11. Path 

8 8®i Teahan !) .Merrick, The Reach. Royal Dolly 

6 6*J Teahan 11 Verena. AA’hite Wool, (’hartier 

4= 4'* Muspr’ve 0 D. Macdonald. El ”ro. Floral Day 
]J 2“k .SlelalT 7 It. Meteor, Laekrose. Caiii. Bravo 

S'* .33 .siclaff 7 Hatteras, D.Donpherty, M.St'ev-t 



8!)09 Ixitonia ImTOy 1:44 fast 11 
8611 Douglas 3-4 l:12%fast 29-5 
8402 rhurehill 3-4 l:16',(ihvy 41 

8354 Churchill 3-4 l:1.3%fast 24-5 
8105 Lexington 3-4 l:14%fast 3-6 
79!)9 Lexington 3-4 l;I3'4r.fast 32-5 
7SS6 I^pxington .3-4 1:17 hvy 16 
STENTOR. ch. c. 4 
1I1.V3 H.deO’ce lm70.vl:4!)%hvy 3-5 

!I222 H.delFee ImTOvl :46%fast 0 
11145 H.deC’ce IniTOyl : 4i:%fast 4 
10S12 Saratoga 1 1 :40'Sslow 7 

107s;! Saratoga 1 l:4o%fast 8-5 

10610 Saratoga 1 1:40 fast 3-5 

10431 Saratog.a 1 1 :,3.8%fast 5 

lo;io5 .Saratoga 1 l:39'%fast 3 

99SO Belmont 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 6 

95.55 Belmont 1 1:41 fa.st 4 

952!) Belmont 1 1:40 fast 15 

VESTED RIGHTS, b. g. 8 
11251 H.deCraee .51 f 1 :o7 fast 50 
Io;hi 3 Vancouver 7-8 1:26 fa.st 7 
10797 V’eouver 1 1-16 l:46-%fast 15 
10143 A'aneouver 3-4 1 ;13 fast 11 
li 2o5 A’aneouver 7-8 1 :26.')^fast 4 

I0170 V’eouver lm7oyl;4l fast 9 
I0I09 V’eouver Im'Oyl :42-%fast 26 
10042 A’aneouver 3-4 l:12-%fast 10 
9800 A”couver 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 1.3 
!)i;5S Vancouver 1 l:40Vifast 17 
9.576 A’aneouver 7-8 1:31 ’/;hvy 0 
!I546 Vancouver 1 1:15 hvy 7A 
BLACKFORD, br. g. 7 
11329 .Svraeuse 1 1:42?. slow 1 
11292 ll.deC’oe 1 1-16 1:47 fast 15 
I07S1 Saratog.a 1 1 ;.‘!!)%fast 5 

10077 Hamilton 4 4;.3!)%fast 3 
9977 Hamilton 1 1-4 2:o6 fast 11-10 
9916 AVindsor 1 l;3S%fast 3 
973.3 AA'indsor 1 1-16 l:16*f.fast 3 
9624 FortErie 1 1-16 1:4S%good 2 
9487 I-'ort Erie 1 1-8 1:57 good 9-5 
9426 FI. Erie 1 1-16 l:51%mud 8-5 
9288 Ham’ton 1 1-16 l:47%fast 2 
9241 Ham’ton 1 1-16 l:4C%fast 3 
8880 Blue Bon. 1 l;40%fast 7-10 
RALPH LLOYD, b. g. S 
ll'2!)o H.deCraee .3 4 1,:14 fast 20 
los.",o Connaught 1 4:42%fast 8 
li)8'24 I'onnaught 1 l:4:i slow 7 
10321 I'ort Erie 3-4 l:17%hvy 20 
IO2O!) Fort Erie 3 4 l;i:!*<;fast 12 
1(125 H.amillon 1 1 :40%fast 12 
9861 AVindsor 3 4 1:15 fast 30 
9762 AVindsor 6i f l;ll'4ihvy 15 

95.55 Fort Erie 3-4 l:15’;4good 6 
94S:i Fort Erie 3-4 1 :15'%good 20 
9358 Hamilton 7-8 1:28 fast 11-5 



Jf Jf if'"**} -'''''•'■•'■k. Sleeth. R(,.v:il .Alet.-or 

I4 1® Borel !) Back Bay. Closer. 'File Crader 

Ti S'”'*’} ** Flor. Uoherts, Closer, .\moret 

i? « 1 O'K.van. Ball.vshe 

81 8*1 Borel 12 1 heresa (Hll, Kiva, Am(ir*'t 

2'i 1" Borel 12 S..Alarion. 'riier.C.iH, AV.Wonder 

?f ? i Dine Thistle, The Reach 

9 B. Holder. TraiisiMjrt. Thesieres 
^ 2'i Borel 42 1 heresa Cill. Just Red. Polls 

2’ 11 Borel IJ Rose of .leddah. All Red. Rash 

By Anneath II — Skadi (X. F. Sheedy). 

2* 2= J McTag’rt !) Lit.Hiiph, ”.IM!iist,r. D’pertield 
i* ','0“'“"* I’^'vish. Coniiiliment 

4- 4’i Olsen .S ’lay Pay. Nello, Dartwortli 

5 5®" T MeTag’t .» J. Deihold, R. .Metisir. IVork I. ad 

3'i 3‘- 3' MeTag’t li Dr. Diieniier. L.iifLanpdeii. I.O’n 
4i 7”}J McTag’rt S LLesIrade. Beaiiixmp'. L. Jiiiiiter 
3’ 3- Butwell 7 R. Mi tis.r, R. Stone. .1 Walser 

2’ 23 Byrne 7 Col. Cisik. Swish. C. de Meiilhe 

2' 23 Butwell 5 Kaliiika, War Horn. Oakhiirst 

7* 6* J Glass 11 W. Welles. Daiiigerlleld. (’allph 

4’ 2* Butwell li Oakhiirst. Ella Bryson. R. Stoue 

__ By Abe Frank — Our Bessie (D. Ford). 

7* 7*" R HolTman .s V. Notions. Hoiisomaid. F A'ankee 
I'l ]•> K HolTiiian .5 'I'mly. Roseitairo. Province 
3^ .3“ Ci'iUry s D. .Maareh. L. Panehila. I'riily 
4- 4’J Hill li Kootenay, Furlong, Laekrose 

2-1 2’1 ItiKiney *• SeaClilT. O.Qiioeii. . Fitzgerald 

3' 4' Rooney 7 Colim-t. I»ween. Melts 

4’ 4*1 MeDow’ll S .Manasseh. Truly. .Soa Clifl' 

7 7" RiHMiey 7 Laekrose, Fiirloiig. Sea ClilT 

4} 5’ MeBowell *i 'rahoe. Melts. Truly 

6 G'"ic’avan’gh *i Imprint. Manasseh, Laekrose 
I’i Rismey o OrIinKrii>|). .Alaiiasseh. EyeWhlte 
2’i Gentry (I .Manasseh. Inqirint, Lolla (’reeil 



2=i 2’i ItiKiney 
3' 4' Roonev 
4’ 4*1 MeDow’ll 
7 7" RiKMiey 

4} 5‘ McDowell 
6 G'"ic’avan’gh 
I’i RiMplev 
2=i Gentry 



By Clifford — Black Venna (R. E. Watkinii. 

•> V I I . .. 



1’ Troxler :! Altamaha. Judge M alser 

410 41.:! B.vrm* .1 D..Maed’M. S.Caze. Dr.Diiemier 

7 7'= J MeCalie 7 E. Bryson, D..Maed’hl. C. Cmik 

4 4'} ’I’eahan 4 Baton, MarJ. A.. Prin. Ahmed 

1’ IS Teahan 5 Palon, .reii, Ceddes, Fount. Fay 

3’ 2’ Kederis S P. Ahmed, Benaiiel. IliphPiivate 

li* li Kederis 9 Busy. Just Red. Mellon Street 

2"* 3’ Snyder *i Elwah. Mollie S. Ravenal 

ink i* (t I'nrner r, Just Red. Hamilton. Raveiml 

2i .3} C Tiinier (! Crif, Just Red. llalliTas 

Ink Ink (’ Turner 10 Edda, iVisnleraft, Kimiit.ain Fay 

5'i 5’ Montour « J. Reardon. Pardm>r. The Rump 

3'i 2h C 'rnrner 0 Flahlierpast. (’lilTEdge, Uon.Ue# 

By Marta Santa— Piccola (W. R. Mizoll). 

13.1 6»i Di'romle 14 Nello. Lillie L|i. Voles 
6’ 6®i W W ’l”Ior !) Cerrard. I’om Hollaml. Love Day 
5* 5’ AV AV’ 'l”lorll Carneaii. .Sehaller. l.ailv Rankin 
7’ 6"iSeliiit'ger s .M.Kaleham, C’terpart, F Lew 
4'i 4’} Tealian !) I’omiterparl. (’.(Jiieeii, Cosgro’ve 

3* 3’ ’I’eahan 12 AVander, Cates. Miss .Toe 

6’ 5=1 Kederis lo KMeCill. H’sk.vLail. .I.H.H’hton 

6i 5'’ Montour 9 Brawny. Denham, (jiieed 

4'1 4” E Seh.arf 7 Camellia. Re|iiitatioii. T Savers 

10' 9'’10bcrt 12 Daisy Platt, Star Gift, .M. Edith 

1* 2a Montour 9 Mleeosnkee. DirdEInni. Dilatory 



2i .3} C 'i'nnier 



4'i 4’} Teahan 
3* 3’ Teahan 
6’ 5=1 Kederis 
6i 5'’ Montour 
4'1 4” E Seharf 
10' 9'’iObcrt 
1* 2a Montour 



FOURTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Fillies and Mares. Handicap. (.51.58— 1 :iCi'i; .3 I0.5. ) 



LADY LIGHTNING, ch. f. 4 



By Bannockburn — Miss Lynah (R. L. Johnson). 

51 6’ .Alex 9 rhrift.v. Nimhiis. .Aflerplow 

6' IP’IWolfe It Nello, Little Lii. Voles 

5'J 4’1 Wolfe II .Apnier. .Vflerglow. .Vrdeloli 

4®S Pickens S II.(’rei-k. R.H.Cray. H.M.Sahath 

2?. Dennier 7 Casque, Washakie. Im h-uuMit 

6'® J Walsh 7 Phew. Toueh Me, Hiiihi’s Sister 

12’ 12’« A M’lhewsl.'t MoTlle S.. Star Gift. .Mileape 
11= 11” C 'rnriier 12 F.C’molher. C.’rreasnre, .Mileage 
9’ 7®5 Stirling 11 Dedin-t ion. Star Gift, Kyo Straw 
3’ 3= .Stlrliii'2 II! .Magazine. .Amhrose, .Arran 
3“k 3'i c 'I’lirner 10 Edith Inez. Patrick S.. Siiin 
By Stalwart — Domino Noire^ (J. L. Holland). 

1® I® Deroiiile N Keiio. N’ohl). Craiid. Biilin Belle 

1' r Davhs ,s Tay Pay. Nello. Stenlor 

6* 5"’',*’:iiii|>Im-U l.l/<‘strade, Beaimuip. L. Jiqiiter 
2"!' .T'i Byrne 4 War Horn. Star o’Uyaii. Palon 

6’ 5"1 Bvrne S KiileK., WorkliipLad. L..Tii|iiter 

2’ 2' Byrne 9 Via Oetavia. *’. IClIiutl. Orowoe 

2= 2’ Byrne & Kaliuka, S. O’Ryau. J. AValser 



112.51 H.deCraee 
HI 10 H.deCraee 
1 117.55 S.aratoga 
10100 Sarat(*g.a 
10224 .sar.aloga 
9527 Belmont 
9:!6I Belmont 
9<)S3 Belmont 
84123 1 loiiglas 
83*16 Churehill 



5.’, f 1 :07 Last 
.3 I 1:13 fast 
i l;4o%slo\v 
3 4 I:12%fast 
3-1 l;13'/ifast 
3 4 l:i;!%fast 
7 .8 1 :25 fast 
3 4 l;14'4fast 
3-4 1;I'2%fast 
54 f 1 :06%fa.st 



8299 Churehill 6i f l:07%hvy 
HOUSEMAID, b. m. 5 
11251 ll.deCrae*' .5.1 f 1 ;<i7 fast 
10S51 Saratog.a 3-4 l:12%fast 



i.l f 1 ;<i7 fast 
3-4 l:12'«fast 
l<i5*iS .'■laratoga 3 4 l;12%fast 
10262 Saratoga 3 4 l;12%fast 
67;!2 1.4iurel 3 4 1:134 fast 

66I.5.3 I-aurel 3 4 l:I3g fast 

6208 H.deCraee .3 4 1:12 fast 
5059 H.fleCrace 3-4 1:134 fast 
47*14 H.deCraee 3 4 1:14)1 fast 
CHEROKEE ROSE II.. br. f. 
11220 HdeC race 3-11:13 fast 

K|>s.oo * Kiig. > 3-4 hard 

AVin*isor(Kiig. ) 5-8 l:u3 fast 



100 
41 101 

6 5 114 
5 95 

16-5 110 

34 vn 

3 108 
8 100 
6-5 118 

31-10 97 

4 112 
19-10 107 

115 

6- 5 111) 

7- 5 107 

IS-'i 116 
11 5 108 
44 111 

9-6 118 
.3-6 116 
9 ’20 112 
9 HO 



By Dick AVelles — Flash of Lightning (H. G. Bedwell) 

3 4' 4”, Denuide .s V. Nidhuis. H<iiisem:iid. F. A aiikee 

2 3’ 2’ .Mitsgr'v** 7 AV. AVelles, it. Path. Seimlvedii 

7 84 8‘* J Mc’l'ag’rt 9 F. Fairy. S. .laeksoii, RevlNiiirn 

1 1* I'i Muspr’ve (1 HoneyF.ee. li.Me.ssape. U'.Patli 

2 Ink 1* H Steele 1« l.uria. Triller, Water Welies 

1 2’ 4*J Muspr’ve 10 Isidora. Kalinka. Dednetiou 

4 4 4®4 H Itadtke 4 Flyinp F.iiry. Siirite, Isiros* 

2 2’ 2)* Mu.spr’ve 12 Cadeau. Heniieek, Chryseis 

6 I)* .3*4 J Callahan <i .1. Baser, c. Hiiphes, Lit Father 

1 2* 2" J McCalie <: FI.Boherts. Brookfield. SirMarlon 

1 I'i 1* Cross 10 Coppertown. TheReaeli, BaekBay 

By Broomstick— Ethel Pace (H. C. Hallenheek). 

2 2= 2« Muspr’ve s V. Notions. F.Vankee. 1. L’Ining 
1 li I)* Miisgr’ve 9 ll.Pryiine. Sli’klelon. V. Notions 

5 4* o’i Muspr’ve 7 Isirieie, Roamer, Sehapo 

1 Ih 2’ B Steele S B. Cliff. C. Antoinette, F.Falry 

3 4'4 3’1 Mo’Pap rt .S A'. Notions, S..L.Iohnson. R. Queen 

2 2'4 2'4 IIo).kin.s It) Riphleasy. Tlie Rump, Rosseaiix 

1 1* T4 C H Shil'p t: A'ellow Evt-s. Anioret, Sherwood 

1 1’ 1'4 (' II Shil'g s 'I’ow ton Field, Slicker, Cliftonian 

1 14 2“k C H Shil’g I! S|i. Board. Peiiohseot. Homeerest 

By Peter Pan — Royal Rose (H. P. Whitney). 

8 7" x«i Amhrose <1 L.oM’Life. lies Prymie. Mar.A. 

7 J Martin !) *!. P.. (’oronetla. AVatteaii 
I’i J Mai'tia 19 Burrkr, Blackcap, Angel Man 



6 



DAILY RACING FORM 



FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1913. 




SPRITE, b. f, 4 




120 










By Waterboy — Fairie Queen (Oneck Stable). 1 


ys;:.; Helmont 3 4 1:13 fa.st 




114 


7 


6 


6 


5 


4h KniTlrk 


7 Isidora. .Sickle, Bally Cliff 


9< 4o Belmont .3 t 1 :lL’%fast 


8 


115 


1 


7 


7 


5 


b'i 5’J Karrlck 


7 Spring Board, I. Mask, Meridian 


Ii3*il Belinonl 7-8 1:25 fast 


2 


118 


2 


4 


4 


2 


2* 2*i Karriek 




9245 Itclniont 1 l:39*%fast 


4 


126 


1 


3 


4 


1 


3» 6*j Karriek 




9f'2t' Ht liiiont 3-4 St 1:10 fast 


10 


121 


4 




5 


6 


6^ 6^4 Karriek 




8896 Belmont 3-4 l:12%fast 


3-6 


120 


3 




4 


I 


2* 1* Karriek 




.MiJ5 Belmont 1 1 :39 fast 


24 


116 


6 


8 


8 


4 


11 11 J Glass 




8229 Churchill 5Jfl:06%fast 


l-‘2 


117 


7 




6 


3 


Ink llj J Glass 


8 C’gh Hill. Jim Basey, El Palomar 


81.55 Churchill 5i f l:0515fast 


1-2 


1084 2 




2 


1 


1» 1‘ J Glass 




80:53 Lexington 54 f l;07iBfa.st 


2-6 


119 


6 




5 


1 


l>i I'i J Glass 


6 F. Roberts. K.tbe World. J. Basey 


8001 Ix-xington 3-4 l:12%fast30-100 113 


3 




1 


1 


1> 14 J Bluss 


0 Y'kee Notions. Morristown, Clubs 


NAIAD, b. f. 2 




90 










By Oaden — Nahma (R. T. Wilson)* 


10699 Saratoga 5J f l:07%fast 


34 




9 




9 


5 


4>i rdni; Martin 


9 .Superiiiteudeiit, Delft, Vega 


lOti.lS Saratoga 3 4 l:13*(-,fast 


1-0 


103 


8 




7 


6 


5.5 2‘ Wolfe 


8 Korfhage, Rob. Oliver, Anytime 


10496 Saratoga 3-4 l:13%fast 


4 


lUl 


2 




7 


G 


5‘ 26 Wolfe 


8 Anvtiinc, Rosa Mundi, Bandit 


10129 Saratoga 5i f l:07U;fast 


3 


101 


4 




6 


4 


3t> 3'i Wolfe 


8 Crossbun, EdlthW., Chrlstophlne 


lOj.iS Saratoga 3-4 1 :14iifast 


4 


109 


5 




3 


3 


3» 26 Wolfe 


9 Edith W.. Sosius, Robert Oliver 


1(114.1 Saratoga 6* f 1:09 goodl3-10 109 


8 




4 


3 


3 »k ^ Wolfe 


9 Yankee Tree, Charmeuse. lone 


Helmont li-A l:lo%tast 


3 


104 


6 


6 


5 


4 


4‘ 4*3 Wolfe 


6 Anytime, Wood. Shoes, TheSplrlt 


9s;mi Belmont 5J f st 1:06 fast 


13-6 


119 


8 




6 


5 


66 8'tJWolfe 


8 Dei ft. Cutaway, Mater 


9189 Belmont 6-8 st 69%fast 


12 


114 


5 




5 


1 


14 1' W’olfe 


6 Anytime. Early Rose, Flltaway 


91:i3 Belmont 5-8 st l:00)ifast 


3 


113 


8 




2 


3 


3* 3* W^olfc 


13 Early Rose, Surprising, Galaxy' 


8627 Belmont 6-8 st 1:01 fast 


8 


104 


1 






1 


l>i 16 Wolfe 


7 Athleticdirl. Wat. Lady. W. Shoes 


WONDAWHY. b. f, 4 




96 










By Sempronius— Fairy Bird (Oak Ridre Stable). 


112.ll 11. (let: race 5i f 1:07 fast 


•3 


98 


« 






8 


8 8**> A W ilson 


.s Y. Not ions. Hoii.ieinaid. K. Yankee 


304ii I.atonia 3-4 l: 12 i( last 


l'J-5 


93 


2 




1 


1 


3« snj MeOahey 


7 Holniot, Coy I^ad, Sir Blaise 


2.S20 l.atonia 3-4 1:13§ fast 


14-5 


IH? 


5 




1 


4 


6* Mc(’alioy 


10 C. Jones, Win. Widow, F. Storv 


96.5.18 l..atonia 6-8 1:01| slop 


17-6 


107 


’3 




S 


8 


4* 6“ J Wilson 


» WlnningWltch, Acgiiin, Syrlnga. 


»«’2oi ijitonia 6-8 1:00 fast 


28-6 103 


2 




4 


4 


4 3* Ixirtus 


5 Worth, K. Broomstick, TheReach. 


96L7 Louisville 5-8 l:fl0| fast 


7-10 106 


1 




1 


1 


2» 2'i J Wilson 


8 P’sumption, Work. Lad, Cynosnr* 


96999 Ixtulsvilie 44 t 54| fast 


6-4 


109 


2 






I 


IJ 1“ T Koerner 


10 Calisse, Floral Day, Camellia. 


FIFTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. 


Fillies and Geldings. Selling. (4917— .5!) — 3 — 109.) 


PENNILESS, br. f. 2 




103 










By Ornament — Cutpurse (A. R. Joplin), 


llliio Bluelion. 5J f 1 :07%fast 


9-10 


102 


1 




1 


1 


1-* !•* W W T lorll Sti|ir,*ine. Hareliell. Buzz Around 


1062.1 Windsor 5-8 l:i).> hvy 


5 


107 


1 




1 


2 


3* 3*i W W T’lorlO Zodiac, Bolala. Manners 


104 ;hi Windsor 54 f 1:07 fast 


12 


104 


2 




1 


4 


4* 4*4 \v w 'I ’tori:* .Just Y'.. Bolala. Ilarbaril 


7889 Ix-xiiigton 4J f 57%hvy 


31-5 


102 


5 






4 


4* 3’J W W T’lor S B. Cmi.Tfder, Bar. Lane. Otranto 


7871 Ixixington 1-2 491*hvy 


38 


103 


8 






2 


26 3*4 W W T’lorlO H. Williams. A. Mamie. F. Cherry 


SALON, cb. g. 2 




113 










By Salvation — Alondra (Miss A. M. Marrone). 


11.112 H.deCrace 5-8 1 :(ll%fast 


7-5 


110 


7 




6 


4 


2J 1*‘ J Bergen 




11144 U.deC.raee 5-8 l:01%fast 


8 


107 


2 




1 


1 


1* 2a J Callahan 


10 Sii.saii B., (Jala.xy. Dlordecai 


106!'9 .'■Saratoga 5J f l:07ikfast 


15 


97 


1 




4 


3 


9 9=6 Itrady 


9 Sniwrinteudeiit, Delft. Vega 


106.’{8 Saratoga 3-4 l:13%fast 


6 


103 


1 




1 


1 


16 7*1 E .Martin 




lOr.lM .Saratoga 3-4 1:13 fast 


7 


105 


6 




4 


4 


4‘ 4*1 A Fergns’ulO Cndauuted. Delft. Old Ben 1 


104ot Saratoga 5J I 1:07 fast 


4 


99 


10 




9 


9 


81 8** J McTag’t 10 SniK-rlut’d’t. Northerner. O.Ren 1 


102S0 Saratoga 54 f 1:07 fast 


<5-6 


110 


7 




4 


5 


3‘ 3*4 Bntwell 


9 Florin, Susan B., Charmeuse 


1022ti Saratoga 5J f 1:07 fast 


3 


309 


1 




1 


1 


ink 24 J Wilson 


7 S’intendent, L. Orme. Korfhage 


ZODIAC, cb. g. 2 




103 










By Star Shoot — 


Lady Vincent (A. R. Joplin). 


IBtol BlueBon. i>4 f l:06%fa.st 


4 


108 


2 




5 


7 


7i 




loSiX Conn ght 54 f l:08i^last 


9-5 


113 


4 




7 


5 


4> 1* Obert 


11 Sereiiata, Colors. Scarlet Letter 


108.1.) Connaught 6-8 1:02 fast 


4 


106 


5 




5 


4 


3 nk iJ .1 Callalian 




K7i4 Conn ght 54 f l:09)£slow 


9-5 


!*8 


2 




3 


2 


ink 1 * W -w T’lor 




10623 Windsor 5-8 1:0.> hvy 


10 


110 


4 




3 


1 


1* 1*4 C I’eak 




10190 W indsor 54 f 1 :07 fast 


15 


104 


11 




8 


8 


84 9*® Loniisli’v 




lO.w:* Fort Lrlr 5 8 l:0:i%good 10 


100 


2 




3 


2 


o-’i .1 (*all:il)an lo Hntience. Manners. Hich Priest 1 


Ioo,b Hamilton 6-8 l:00%iast 


6 


10.3 


3 




4 


4 


44 6*4 E Martin 


11 Janiel, Patience, Nancy Orme 


BULGAR. b. g. 2 




108 










By Marta Santa 


— Roberta Lee (G. E. Hurison). 


11.141 H.diilrae* .i-Sl:01 fast 


30 


105 


4 




2 


2 


2’- 3» R W'aldloi 


9 TraiU’.Mark. Beaul'ere. Stoiieli'ge 


11144 ll.deC.iaee 5-S l;01*)tfast 


12 


101 


4 




4 


V 


8* Susan K.. Salon. lialaw 1 


1097<i Ti’ Ilium Al»5-S .5!).( fast 


(>-5 


112 


1 




1 


1 


2* 4** (ieronde 




9130 KingRil. Ab.5-8 SSVkfast 


6 


117 










S'-’.'.Skirvin 


9 Parcel Post. Tempest Montreal 


9029 KingKiL 44 f 57Vfefa.st 


1-2 


113 










5*1 Dennison 


8 European. Rummage. OldJordan 


897.1 KingLd. 44 f 86%fast 


1-2 


106 










2* Snyder 


S Par.Post, Ritmiiiage. Old Jordan 


882.1 Blue Bon. 5-8 1 :03%fast 


5 


KM 


1 




1 


1 


16 7*4 Snyder 


7 LoiiiseTravers.Waiiita. Ket’drnin 


CHAS. CANNELD. Uk. a 1 




103 










By Dick Welles — Lunette (J. M. Zimmer). 


ll.dedmee 0-8 l;03%hvy 


12 


102 


6 




6 


4 


4* 4** A Wilson 


H Kurfiiaue. Hrau Pi*ro. Ovati<»ii 1 


li;:42 ll.dedraee .5-8 l;0I%fast 


6 


10!> 


:> 




3 


3 


3- .1 Mi'Ta^’rtlo Sahni. Uoirer (ionlon. Roilnath 


II 22 I H.dedrace 54 f 1:09 fast 


10 


100 


9 




4 


6 


8* 9'-* Xealoii 


10 Mordeeai, Small. Ovation 


8610 I touglas 5-8 1 :01 fast 


rid 


111 


9 




7 


8 


8* 8*3 Teahan 




8499 I)ougla.s 5-8 l:01%fast 


8 


110 


7 




10 


10 


10 10*f Teahan 


11 Bandit, Bird .Man. Bushy Head 


82;i2 t’hurehill 44 f 55 fast 


20 


104 


7 






7 


46 4*3 Buxton 


13 Salon. Harwood, Lindar 


7897 H.dedracc 44 f 56 mud 


15 


101 


3 




4 


3 


S* 16 Snider 


(I Bulgar, Lcnnie D.. Colonel C. 


7S.*i2 H.doGrace 1-2 4S?srast 


13 


104 


6 






7 


7*4 8«4 C Turner 


8 Gordon. Veilchen. Canto 


7838 ll.dedraee 44 f M fast 


6 


114 


6 




6 


b 


34 6*4 Pickett 


0 Free Trade, Wanita, (Carbureter 


7<S7 il.do<»race 1-2 oOVfepood 10 


112 


5 






6 


6 4*4 Pickett 


(1 SonnyBoy. MlssWaters. The Idol 


.lainestown 1-2 49Viinud 


4 


114 


4 






5 


5* 6* Pickett 


10 Sonn.v Boy. Bulgar. Trade Mark 


II 26 Jamestown 1-2 49 fast 


9-6 


117 


4 






4 


2* 3'i Snider 


7 Free Trade. ZackWiggins, Colors 


OOMA. blk. f. 2 




103 










By Cesarion — Sneerwell (W. G. Yanke), 


li:i41 ILdedrace 5-8 1:01 fast 


6 


104 


3 




4 


6 


6* 7*" J Callaliai 


9 Trade .Mark. Bean I’ere. l>iil<;ar 


11189 ILdedrace 5-8 1:01 fast 


50 


102 


7 




2 


3 


5* 8*® J Callahan 


9 L'lidaiiiiteil. I’nele Mini. Mater 


i20.1 Juarez 1-2 49| good 4 


110 








2 


2 ®k In Borel 


8 Little Bit, Kiltie, Old Goteh 


i096 Juarez 34 f 44 mud 


5 


113 


2 








2 nk 37 Borel 


0 Ida Lavinia. Little Bit. Othello 


6927 Juarez 31 f 40* fa^it 


3-2 


110 


1 








3* 4»» Borel 


8 Othello. Panhachniii (ild Goteh 


6897 .liiarez 3-8 S7| hvy 


4-6 


112 


5 








ink ih Borel 


G StellaWnrd. Irish Ann, Edith vV. 


VIOLET MAY. b. f. 2 




108 










By Peep o’Day— 


-Linoto (Hickey & Cloher). 


11312 ll.iledraee 5-8 l:ol%fast 


8 


107 


4 




4 


5 


4?. 5* J Rol.liiiis 


10 Salon. Clias. Camiell. R. Gordon 


II 2 . 1 O H.Uedraee 5-8 1:01 last 


15 


105 


6 




5 


7 


6* 6** J Rohliins 


9 Galaxy. Korfhage. Beau Pen* 


10719 Min-.S)) gs 5-8 l:01%fast 


1 


114 


2 




1 


1 


1* ink J Ri. 1 , 1 , ins 


G .\vc, Prospero Bov. Louie Grice 


1063.5 Min.Sii’gs 54 f pnsuf.ast 


1-3 


110 


1 




1 


1 


14 ink .1 Rot, bins 


r> Silver Tone, Naogiaiie, L. J’ride 


97.53 Min.Sp’gs 54 f l:10%good 3 


115 


3 




1 


2 


ID 24 Robbins 


a Ivan Gardner, Tiktok. O. Trump 


Min.SpKs LOIV^slow 


1-4 


107 


1 




1 


2 


1*4 1*4 11 Steele 


4 IxuiieOrlce, SilverTone, SunKiug 


949.1 Min.Sp’gs 6-8 l:03Vfefast 


3-5 


109 


1 




1 


1 


1*4 1* Robbins 


4 M.BaniHorhor, B. Nelson. S.Sis 


9374 Latonia 5-8 l:OOM;fast 


4 


110 


5 




6 


5 


6* 4* Kederis 


11 E. Gem. Mar. McJxee, Screnata 


ROGER GORDON, cb. g, 2 




108 










By Sir Wilfred— <8peedmast (S. Ross). 


1:142 ILdedrace 5-8 l.OlKifast 


4 


107 


2 




1 


1 


16 Mnsgr've 


10 Salon, ('has. CHiinell, Reilpath 


941:i Belmont 54 f st 1:06 fast 


s 


99 


6 




5 


6 


6 6*® McCahey 


G Water Ladv. GaLop. W. Shoes 


9.K>0 Belmont 5-5 f st 1:06 fast 


6 


109 


1 




1 


2 


3= 3* J Wilson 


9 The Spirit, Mordeeai. Ath. Girl 


8032 Pimlieo 1 2 48%fast 


13-10 


107 


1 






2 


16 in .1 Wilson 


11 Stellata, Odd Cross. (toUmcl C. 


7.8.i2 H.dedrace 1-2 48?tfast 


40 


98 


3 






3 


5* 7» Snider 


8 Gordon. Veilchen. Canto 


WANITA. cb. f. 2 




103 










By Fatherless— Watita (B. Parr). 


11407 ILdedrace 54 f 1 :08 fast 


15 


106 


1 




3 


3 


2 “k 5 = Butwell 


.S Nild. Hearth(*at, Notoriety 


I 0573 Saratoga 54 f 1:08 fast 


20 


106 


4 




11 


11 


84 7* P.utwell 


12 Kilerea, M.Cavanagh, Notoriety 


l*'o76 Hamilton 5 -8 1 :005t:fast 


12 


108 


9 




7 


8 


8* 8'* Schut’gcr 


11 Janiel, Paticn<*e, Nancy Orme 


9.522 Fort Erie 5-8 1 :04Vf.good 20 


101 


3 




5 


b 


5* 5*1 Sehut’ger 


7 Miss Gayle. Thelma J., Colors 


9261 Hamilton 6-8 l:015ifast 


6 


105 


1 




4 


6 


6* 4*1 Schnt’ger 


7 Reqniram, D. Cluster, Birka 


9077 Connaught 6-8 l:025t.fast 


34 


104 


3 




4 


5 


5* 3‘D Nathan 


7 Pat Kntledge, Thelma J.. Slellata 


8985 Connaught 5-8 l:02%fast 


5 


107 


4 




4 


5 


5* 5»i Nathan 


8 P. Regan, Suwannee, D. (Tusler 


KEDRON. br. g. 2 




103 










By Elkhom — Witch of Endor (Lansdown Stable). 


li:il2 H.dedrace 5-8 l:01%fast 


20 




10 




9 


9 


9 * S*®.'.Cpton 


10 Salon, (’has. (’aiinelL R. Gonlon 


30t*7o ri Ilium AIki-8 ,i 94 fast 


11-5 


112 


2 




2 


3 


3* 2* I’ldon 


4 Thelma J.. Snnamit, Bulgar 


10891 ’1 i nium Ab.i-8 1:02 fast 


2-5 


107 


2 




1 


1 


1* 1* Ppton 


4 Snnamit. Castara. Cisiar Ilill 


10,5,57 Empire 5-8 1:014 fast 


8-5 


105 










2* (Iptoii 


4 (’.Burns, L.Neoskaleeta, Fatigue 


9MS Fort Erie 6-8 l:021kgoo<l 


15 


1>2 


6 




4 


5 


7* 9'«DSnviler 


10 Colors. Centaurl, Miss Gavlc 


9.*94 Fort Krie 6-8 l:02Viigood 3§ 


ion 


2 




3 


2 


2* 3* W Ward 


9 Rags, Bolala. Bi-hest 


9.)21 Fort Erie 5-8 l:04Vigood 15 


iny 


2 




1 


2 


2 nk 44 J \\ Ward 


9 Beau Pere. Rust. Brass. Peacock 


S7<^7 Kl#=‘ctrie Ab5-8 1:02 {^ood 19 


103 










3‘i Jackson 


7 Panama, Tlielraa J., SweetSplces 


POLLY H.. b. f. 2 




108 










By Heno — Polly 


(H. S. Kearney). 


31-94 H.dedrace 54 f l:071ifast 


60 


105 


1 




5 


6 


6* 5*4 Si'hnt'ger 


.*< It.Cunarder. OldBeii. Susan B. 


30:i7o .Saratoga 54 f 1 :07%fast 


12 


103 


1 




9 


9 


gh 710 T Davies 


I’J Susan B.. Lily Orme. El Mahdi 


102.58 Saratoga 3 4 l:14*4fast 


12 


99 


1 




4 


8 


66 6'=lMcCahev 


9 Edith W.. Naiad. Sosius 


1 1014.5 .Saratoga 54 f 1:09 good 5 


99 


3 




5 


5 


5* 53 McCahey 


9 Yankee Tree. Channense. Naiad 


1INI64 Belmont 54 f st 1 :07t(jgood 6 


99 


3 




4 


4 


4** 3*.l McCaliev 


5 Notoriety. Mordeeai. Capt. Burns 


99X1 lYOhnont 6i f st l:0rt%fast 


10 


101 


9 




8 


8 


56 5*3 McCahey 


11 Gallop, Notoriety, Disparity 


9586 Holmont f l:08%^ood 10 


105 


6 




5 


b 


5* 4*i MeCaliey 


7 S’intendent, R. Oliver, Lancew’ 1 


9323 Belmont 54 f st l:06%fast 


16 


109 


7 




7 


5 


7* 7* McCahey 


8 Siijier’tendent, S’heiige. W.Lady 


yl’I8 Belmont i st l:08%good 8 


98 


9 




5 


b 


3* 14 McCahey 


12 Super’tendent, Anytime. B.Pere 


FIRST CHERRY, b. f. 2 




98 










By Miller — Lait Cherry (W. G. Yanke). 


112.I.I ll.iledraee 54 f 1 :08%fast 


4 


103 


4 




1 


1 


1* 2' J McTag'rtll Annaiiient. Cnfitrl. ('’..Magistrate 


31141 H.dedraee 5-S 1:01 fast 


12 


108 


9 




9 


7 


6* 5** Borel 


F Aildio M.. H. Brother. JoHiiiiiiia 


10728 .Saratoga 51. f 1:08 fa.st 


7 


lOS 


9 




8 


8 


8A .1 McTac’t 1^1 Iliiniiliation, M.('av*na;rh. Decoy 


9108 I/jitonia 54 f l:08%fast 


211-10 


109 


6 




5 


3 


7 * 7*4 Borel 


11 Tiktok. Erin. Violet Ma.y 


ilOot l.atonia 5-8 l:01%fast 


67-10 


109 


1 




9 


8 


66 6* Borel 


12 Ovation Cliarmeuse, Lindar 


8872 Latonia 5-8 l:00%fast 


31-5 


98 


1 




3 


3 


3* 2‘ J Callahan 


9 Ruffles, Ida Lavinia. Buzz Around 


DOMBRA. cb. f, 2 




103 










By Hermis — Frederica (S. L. Parsons). 


11408 H.dedrace 54 f 1:09 fast 


7 


101 


5 




4 


3 


"* .T*. Karriek 


.s F. Royal. F.o’F’tiine. M.Mohawk 


108t:t .Saratoga 54 f l:10(4slow 


20 


108 


3 




5 


8 


8 8**t.Karriek 


S 11. Queen. H. Stream. W. Known 


10728 Saratoga .51 f 1:08 fa.st 


15 


108 


2 




6 


6 


54 12*7 Karriek 


13 Hmiiiliation. M.Cav’nagli. Deeov 


10641 Saratoga oi f 1 :0SV£fast 


4 


105 


Z 




8 


11 


11* 11**-1H Radike 


15 Bnimley, H. Queen, M.Cavanagh 


IRISH BOY. cb. c. 2 




103 










By Caughnawaga — Irish Girl II. — (R. A. Brown). 


li;i42 H.dedraee 5-8 l:01%fast 


50 


10,' 


!* 




7 


6 


6* HW MeD iu tt 


lo Salon, ('has. Ci)iim*ll. R. Gordon 


11221 H.dedraee aj f 1 :09 fa.st 


.50 


lOT. 


8 




7 


8 


7* 6*1 .Meli’iii’tt 


lO .Mor(k*eai. .Small, Ovation 


31144 H.dedraOe 5-8 l:01%fast 


50 


104 


10 




10 


10 


10 10»* .tfcD’ott 


10 Susan B.. Salon. Galax.v 


COLGAN. cb. g. 2 




108 










By Aeronaut— Princess Chic (W. D. Althouse). 


11408 H.dedraee 54 f 1:09 fast 


40 


101 


*1 




6 


5 




•S F. Koval, F.o' Fortune. Doiiilira 


7817 H.deflrace 1-2 49 fast 




109 








6 


6 6*7 Madeira 


G Trade Mark, Wanita, Sanctuary 


SIXTH RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 


3-year-olds 


and upward. Selling. 


151.58—1:0577 — 3—105. 1 


WANDA PITZER, b. f, 3 




107 










Bv Peep o’Day— 


-My Gem (T. G. Enright), 


10 O 18 Hamilton 3-4 1:13 fast 


4 


lo;{ 


2 




1 


1 


1- 1- V'aii lUuseiil2 \V. W. (‘lark. H. Kitte, S, Clark 


7691 .lamest’wn 54 f 1 :o8Vtfast 


12 


1(15 


2 




5 


5 


3 * 3*4 Vand’sen 


8 Votes. Discovery. Belrav 


6*;.3S .laniestow'n 54 f 1:10* hvy 


13-5 


no 


3 




4 


5 


Fell. Vand’sen 


9 Fiel. Gardenia, T. in tli<* Straw 


660.5 Jamestown 54 f l:<l7i! fa.st 


15 


101 


6 




6 


6 


7* 7*3 Vand’son 


9 Rostiirtiuni. Tarts. Genesta 


6.'9o Jamestown 54 f 1:074 fast 


10 


106 


8 




8 


8 


84 8®4 Vand’sen 


9 Genesta, Coy. Insurance Man 


65111 Pimlico a| f 1:07* fast 


20 


no 


3 




4 


6 


6* 6* Bruce 


9 I.eoehares, Briar Path Tarts 


6.)75 Pimlico 5-8 1:01* fast 


34 


109 


2 




1 


3 


4* 2‘ Bruce 


12 Pankhnrst. C. Brush. First TroiMi 


MISS BRUSH, br. f. 3 




107 










By Ben Brush— 


-Froward (W. H. Congdon), 


10724 Saratoga 3-4 l:14)ifast 


S 


106 


2 




2 


1 


1*4 1" Byrne 


9 G. Planet. .Moh. Girl. Ann Tillv 


7932 ILdedrace 3-4 1:14 fa.'-l 


KIO 


103 


4 




2 


3 


3* I*! Bobbins 


8 HesterPyrnne, FiftyF’ive, Belray 


DISCOVERY, b. g. 3 




107 










By Ben Brush — Revelation (J. 0. Talbott). 


11290 H.dedrace 3^ 1:14 fast 


8 


11 tt 


12 




11 


10 


10*.\10'*3 Bvnie 


14 Ni*llo. Little Ep. Votes 


30»)O.5 Saratoga 3-4 l:13‘<ifast 


15 


no 


9 




8 


9 


6'i 8*4 Troxler 


14 Cemiiliment. Liiria. .\ftorglow 


102-4 Saratoga 3-4 l:13lifast 


10 


103 


7 


11 


13 


5 


6* 5»4 E .Martin 


IG Lad.v Lightning. I.uria. TrlHer 


10013 Belmont 1 1:40 fast 


9-5 


102 


7 


4 


2 


2 


3*D 3» Wolfe 


S F.M’liolland, W. Welles. S.P’cess 


98:n Belmont 3 4 l:13%fast 


4 


102 


2 


b 


6 


3 


3"k 374 Wolfe 


L5 IvafK'l. Bouncing Lass. Fond 


9700 Belmont 3-4 1:13 fast 


10 




1 


3 


3 


3 


5" 5* Troxler 


G Montresor, Cadeau, Progressive 


9:!ts Belniont 3-4 1:14 fast 


4 


lOV 


3 


b 


b 


b 


B» 3*i Troxler 


Perthshin*. H. I. ass. Moncrelf 


ARRAN, b. g. 3 




101 










By Charles Edward — Blue Violet iJ, Bass). 


11403 H.dedraee 54 f 1 :0tj*ifast 


7 


107 


L! 




12 


7 


7 * l- Teahan 


l:: Xo-*i ;*dna. .loelimi. .\im Tillv 


lOoSo Belmont 1 1 :39iifast 


30 


101 




4 


o 


6 


6 674.*.MeCahey 


G Kaliiika. Strenuous, Wat. Welles 


998.1 Belniont 1 1:42 fast 


10 


305 


o 


1 


1 


1 


6* 97 'iWolfe 


!) BuiK’li of Koys, HelM>umI. Dixou 


8192 Pimlieo InilOy 1 :4.55f,fa.st 


39-5 


J»7 


2 


1 


2 


5 


4"k 4«3 Nathan 


11 Tactics. Roek Fish. Mollie S. 


si:9l Pimlieo 3-4 l:151ifast 




107 


11 




7 


7 


77 4*4 W McD’ottl.’l Magazine, Ambrose. Horace E. 


8<f76 Pimlieo 1 l:42%fast 


104 


97 


11 


12 


12 


12 


12 12* W' MeI)’ottl2 Ed. Craney, .SteielifT. Roek Fish 


7993 I’inilieo 3 4 1:15 fa.st 


rid 


103 


♦i 




2 


2 


37 W MeI)'ott14 S.Priiie**ss, IIeniii.s.Ir.. B.Davlight 


7884 H.dedrace 51 f 1 :07-)^slow 


10 


102 


« 




7 


H 


6' 5® W MeD’ottll Diseoverv. Peteliis. Fiflv Five 


78.‘*0 H.dedraee 3-1 1:1.5 fast 


30 


101 


11 




8 


7 


84 6’'4 W MeD’ottl2 .\giiier. Star Gift. Bavthorii 


7771 .lamestown 3-4 l:16Vimud 


8 


106 


3 




3 


z 


3* 2\ Teahan 


G Bryimry. Cnpiain .'inks. Sehaller 


7716 Jamest’wn 54 f 1:09 fast 


30 


106 


8 




7 


T 


41 34 Connolly 


8 Aur-on. Jonipiil, Capt. Jinks 


WHISPER BELLE, br. f. 3 




107 










By Ellisdale— Worst (J. T. Muir). 


10997 Ti ninm .Yb64 f 1:211 fast 


21 


118 


2 


5 


2 


4 


47 473 deronde 


G L.Liiglanil. M.Fox, Gold. Castle 


10365 Tl’ninm .\b3-4 1:1.54 fast 


7 


1084 4 




4 


4 


ij* 5*7 c .lackson 


(1 Disliielioii. (told. Castb*. .Mollie K. 


10947 Ti'ninm .\h.'!-4 1:164 fast 


34 


109 


1 




2 


2 


2* 2* deronde 


7 Mont.v Fox, Royal Vane. Detect 


10892 Ti'nium Ab3-1 1:17J fast 


3-2 


108 


1 




1 


1 


1* 1* Tpton 


7 Ba.v Brook. Elkrldgp, .Mihotsford 


loos:; Belmont 1 l:4<)74fast 


40 


101 




6 


6 


6 


6 6=* Brady 


(! Jawlame. Daingertield. Pharaoh 


9985 Belmont 1 1:42 fast 


6 


103 


7 


4 


6 


7 


T* T'^iXicklaus 


9 Bmieh of Ke.vs. RelaiiiuiL Dixon 


9770 Belmont 3-4 l:14V5fast 


5 


107 


1 


7 


6 


6 


6* 5«J Butwell 


12 Moiiiiioiitli. War Isird. Ford Mai 


9.318 Belmont 3-1 1:14 fast 


20 


iC 


11 


11 


11 


n 


11* lil'®?.Fonl 


l‘i IVrMisliiro, H. Lass. l>is<*overv 


89.37 B. lmont 3 l:42%fasl 


1:’ 




6 


n 


2 


2 


2* 3«J Ford 


9 .liiilgeWalser. J.CalTrev. Frijolee 


AMHURST, b. c, 3 




101 










By Monsieur de L’Orme — Minnie Alphonse (Oak 
















Ridge Stable). 


1140.3 H iledraec 5J f l:o6*5fast 


50 


107 


2 




4 


n 


5*5 9' 7 .1 Robbins 


13 X'<>sredua, Joe Finn. .\iin Till.v 


111'7 H dedraee 55 f 1 ;o8 fast 


60 


UB 


3 




2 


7 


9* 1»'7 .1 It.it.lilns 


lo I. arc, hiftTiin Oiieoii 


24.59 Churchill 5-8 .59^fast 


12 


115 


f, 




2 


7 


8 87* MeCaliev 


11 .<olar .'Star. Comitei|>ail. Fiel 


2198 Pimlico 44 f 56*shvy 


15 


FK) 


3 




1 


2 


47 S'* MeCahey 


X First .siiglil. Moiioeaev, Tankard 


FORD MAI, br. g, 3 




101 










By Clifford — Hai (E. Marryatt). 


11311 H.dedraee 3-4 l:13%fast 


■M 


107 


7 




7 


8 


8* 8** SeliiiCger 


lo Triller. l’rogres>ive. Briar Path 


11217 H.dedraee 54 f 1:07 fast 


liw 


107 


4 




5 


4 


4* 4** SeliiiCger 


(1 Seall.vwag. Tritler. Silver Moon 


9770 Bi'lmont 3-4 l:14Vifast 


2<i 


105 


9 


5 


5 


4 


3‘i J H;inov(‘r Ki Mfmnioiitb. Warl.oril. T.Turkesa 


9637 Belmont 7-8 l;267afast 


30 


105 


5 


4 


4 




44 4 ** Neumeyer 


5 Kaliuka. Yeughee, W. Welles * 


















L. 



TURKEY IN THE STRAW, br. c. 3 

IHiKt H.ilflJrace Oi f 1 :W;%fiist IS 

IirrsN Min.Sp’KS 5-8 1:01 fast 0 

10i;S8 Dufterin A1w-S 1:02 fast 10 
KingEd. Abu-8 u9%slow 1 
DS40 KingEd. Abo-S 58%fast 10 
9694 KingEd. Abu-8 59V^fast & 

GOLDEN VALE, b. g, 3 

loiVia Empire uj f 1 :07i fast 
87u*i Electric f .57 fast 50 

8723 Electric Abu-8 58 fast 15 
S702 Electric Ab5-8 l:01%slow 1« 
8::]» Pimlico 3-4 l:15\good 04 
S13f» Pimlico 



3-4 l.-lSMifast rid 108 13 



6606 Jamestown 5J f 1:078 fast lOo 104 9 

PAYING TELLER, b. c, 4 105 

First start. 



B.t Mon. de L'Orme — Web of Fate (H. G. Bcdwell). 
10 12 12'iI2'“*l>i-r<mde KJ N<;srediia. Jia? Finn. .\nn Tilly 
4 4 5* 6'*U' tJrand 1<> F. Wooden, .1. Malladii.r. IMpieV 

Hiilwy S Ancon. Currillon. Kvi'Iyn Poris 

‘.i*l Snyder 10 Irlslitown, Carlssinia. H. Sister 

6*1 Franklin 11 l>a Aurora. L. Hobhiiis, Splrel.,i 

3* Snyder 12 Toison d’Or. Annugli, Uustirana 

By Bowling Brook — Golden Valley (J. A. Walker). 
4'“lStrel< h .'< L. ludgliton, Fiirmer. Tr. l.iglit 

9‘* <'hav>pell 10 llryii. Clem Iteachey, ll.’s Sister 

.■.'"IDoyle .■> 'roniata, J. Nnmnilly, Hoy. Onyx 

6‘^i.Meelian <1 Fancliette. Koval Onyx, liryn 

4 4 4 4*“lUobbins ."> t diver I>idge, Sand Vale. Battery 

13 13 13 13*‘ O Calilwelli:{ Magazine. Ambrose, Horace ti. 

9 9 9 9** A Fergus’ n U Uostlirtiiim. Tarts, (jenesta 

By City Bank — Ossineke. • 



DORVAL PARK ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: Weather cloudy: track slow. 

Kacing starts at 2:4."> p. ui. (Chicago time. I:!.").) 
XKutis well in tnud. ©Sii|>erior mud runner. 
(M) maidens. ‘Apprentice allowatiee. 

First Race — 5-8 Mile. 

3-.vear-olds and upward. Selling. 

(Track record: 1134'J l;0:i— 2— 10.'».) 



Horse. 1st. 

Yankee laid.v 1 

Black Brandi 1 

Hr. Hollis 1 

Pass Oti 1 

Sail 1 

V 1*110 Von 1 



1st. 2d. 3d. Amt. 



or>or> 


FuudumentuI 


111 


1 :03 


7 


111X725 


114(107 


Janus 


111 


I:**!?-; 




101 X 720 


112G2 


Dmible Five 


HO 


1 :01 % 


r» 


10!IX710 


11410 


Cloak 


.102 


1:01 'is 


4 


lIHi. .70.5 


11411 


Lord Ladas (Ml... 






4 


100. .7(H) 


li:!.52* 


Scarlet Piiiip<*rnel . . 


112 


1 :02 '2 


r> 


109X095 


1I4CG* 


Protogoras 


.112 


l:02*)r. 


3 


101 . .0!)5 


1140G 


Gi*orge Karine 


100 


1:031s 


3 


90X085 




Second Race — 


-5-8 


Mile. 








2v<*ar-olds. 


Selling. 








(Track record: 1134!1 


1—1 :(V{— 2— 105.) 


ii:;i97 


C;»lors 




l:oiy5 




108X7-2.5 


1I21M17 


Montreal 


.112 


1 :03=8,s 




105. .720 


114097 


lk*hest (M) 


lo:; 


1:02 




Kr2x71.5 


1 1290 


Harhard 


112 


1:02 Vh 




107X7IHI 


11413 


Naiie.v Orme 


119 


1:01-. 




io;:xo9-5 


114(l!i* 


Salviidora (.M) 


10511 ;0.37;^,ni 




102 X 090 


1140!l 


Th< nil a s 11 a re ( .M ) 1 1 5 


1 :o8'ir.h 




108. .i-.sn 


mo!) 


Salvation Nell (.M). 


llo 


1 *o.>^ 




102. .O.HII 


114<>9» 


Battling X'elsou(M ) 107 


1 :o2*2 




l<i5. .ri7.> 



Third Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and uiiward. Selling. 

('Irack recoru; 11299— 1 :Ki4f, — 1— lo:{.) 
r* Strile 104 1:H;'^ 4 112.. 710 



ItMSXtiO.'i 

ll.lXIKCi 

llSXtliMt 



H’J977 


Slrite 


.104 


1:107* 


4 


11402)* 


Cliff Top 


.105 


1:141s 


4 


11411 


Cynosure 


.WA 


1:15 


4 


IL’54.8* 


McCreary 


.108 


1:1.3% 


4 


1 l.’CKP* 


Fairchild 


.105 


1:14% 


4 


11 41. 5* 


Fairy Gialiiiother 


. ;>s 


1;15*2 




Il’.’OO 


Phew 


.107 


1:10% 


;> 


10S75* 


SvDSset 


.112 


1:10 


;; 


11 ’-*02 


Jim O 


.107 


1:1G% 


4 


IK 192* 


Floral Crown . . . 






4 


11054 


Bryuavia (M) ... 


.107 


1:1.3% 


3 



The record of 
winners follows: 
•ba-key. 

Warrington ... 

Halsey 

Md'arthy. I). . 

Kniglit. C 

Jackson, C. ... 
Carter. E. . . . 
-McIntyre, J. . 

I>*vee 

Alley 

Moore, F. . . 

Batter 

Franklin 

Dcavciiport. J. 
Hanover. A. . . 
OaveiHiort .... 

Shannon 

Core 

Bhodes 

Carroll, (1. W. 
The following 
Jockey. 

•Meripoli* 

Ib'dell 

Watts, II 

Costl.'.V 

Wilson. H. 

Chapp *11 

The following 
and failed to p 
Jockey. 

Lucas 

SiK-ncer 



the jockeys who piloted one or more 
Mts. 1st. 2d. 3d. Flip. P.C. 



44 11 

37 lO 

34 .5 

17 

4.7 1 

’20 3 

ir. 2 

17 2 

l.S 2 

19 2 



4 

f. 



21 .2."> 

14 .27 



12 .15 

10 . 1 :: 
12 .12 
12 .11 
10 .11 
LS .09 
21 .117 

24 .05 



10 1 I) 3 i: .lit 

1.5 I 2 2 to .(t7 

jockeys placed, but failed to win: 
Mts. 1st. 2d. 3d.Cim 
lo O 1 1 



3 



had mounts to the nnmlK*r shown 
laee : 

Mts. Joeke.v. Mts. 

1 Mard, W 2 



Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

•\ll Ages. Ilamlieap. 

(Track nsord: 11299— 1 :lf>1f. -4— 103.) 



The record of the trainers who saddled one or more 
winners follows: 



1 1 10.5 


SherwiMMl 


..112 1:11% 


ti 


1 1 i(i5= 


Water I.jidy . . . 


.. 9 .S l:1.5'/-,m 


2 


1140.57 


Sir Blaise 


..107 l:ll.”>s 


4 


110.5S7 


Barou de Kalb. 


..110 1 


14s 


;; 


(1140.5) 


Back Bay 


..109 1 


12% 


t> 


114)k5 


Stevesta 


. . 9711 


L5%s 


2 


11352 


Nila 


..HI 1 


13% 


G 



Fifth Race— 6-8 Mile. 
3-yeitr-olds and upward. Selling. 



Trainer. 

Airliarl, H. C. .. 
.\rthur, J. W. . 

Bat(*s, W 

Brosius, C. E. . 

Burton. F 

Carr, 1 

Carter. K. 1>. ... 
Casey, W. V. ... 

ChiK'k, T 

Charles. J 



M'ins. Trainer. 

...4 LalTert.v. A. .. 
... 1 la'wls, J. -V. . . 

... I Lutz. E 

... 1 Metiiie, J. W. 

... 1 Milton, tj 

... 1 .Mulligan, W. 
... 1 Patterson, .1. . 

... 1 Pitikiiaiii. J. .. 
... 1 Kay. C. 5V. .. 





(Track rtn-ord: 11349- -1 


03—2—10.5. 


) 


Craig, S. R 


... 1 


Roy. A. X 


...' 1 


H:{52 


Hidv Etna 


.107 


1 :(U G 


101. .7(H) 


Dalev. F. J 


... 1 


Siotl, I> 


.... 1 


H’274* 


Stanley H 


.112 


!:();{ 3 


KN;. .(KI5 


Dal.v, W. J 


... 1 


Scott. T 


. U 


11410 


Belle Chilton ... 


.1(H) 


1 :05 3 


lot . . 0 !)O 


Delaiiev P 


... 1 


Siiiilli. F 


. . . *.! 


H:148 


Dakle.v 


110 


1 :(H 


1(H!XG8.5 


Fole.v, G 


... 1 


Striker. I. 


. . 


11404 


Southern Shore . 






10.5XGN5 


Koiilk. A. W. . . 


... - 


INalker, W 


. . 12 


11104* 


(’•alar Green (.M) 


. 108 


1:04% 3 


KHi. .O.S.-, 


Fraley. G 


... 12 


Ware. J. S 


1 


11402 


St. Agathe 


.111 


1:04% 4 


Ill . .(!S5 


Fre.v. W. II. . . . 


1 


Wells, T. H 


. . •* 


11231 


Handseletta (M) 




O 


101 . .070 


Ilak. 1’. J 


... 1 


West, J. T 


12 



Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs, 
2-year-olds. Selling. 



Hamilton. W 2 

The iKTcentage of winidng favorites fell eoiislder- 



ii4i;:7* 


Scarlet Letter . . . 


.100 


1:08% 


102X7(8) 


ably lielow noriiial, as shoNyii 


11 ’.49 


.Mary Piekford .. 






l<i2xtKt*5 


tioii : 


11413 


Old Jordan 


.101 


l:14h 


102. .(K).5 


Xiimla-r of days 


H40!» 


DragoiiHy (M) .. 






B>2. 


X'iiuitH*r of races 


101W.5* 


Leiislieu’s Pride ( M ) 103 


1:10 


107. .090 


W iiiiiiiig lirst elioU es .... 


11413 


Caraqiiet (M) ... 


.103 


1:10 


Ml . .OHO 


5\ iniiiiig sia-oinl choices 


107.30 


I)«*ad Isiss (.M) 






107. 


W liming oiitsiilers 


11190 


Buzz Ai-ound (M). 


.10.! 


1 ;os% 


K»2. .G.SO 


5\ iiiiiiiigs at <Mlds-oil ...*... 



Seventh Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 
3-year-olds and upward. S<*lling. 
(Track rer-ord: ll.'Uti — 1 :.'>ol.f, — 1--10L) 



ll:t4S* EARL OF SAVOY. 105U :44 :t BH»X725 

11351 Hahleman 110 l;4.5)f. 5 109X715 

111404) Princess Thori»e . . . . 108 1 :4.5-*f,s O l(Stx7L 

(11:1401 .Mandy Zam* 104 l;50^,s 4 111..71; 

11415** Kinder Lou 3 92X7o; 

11415 Helleious 3 97 x 7o; 

11.34.S* Beach Sand 105 l;44Vfe 5 BiOxTot 

114GS Hareourt 11011:441* S 100X08; 



:i 97 X 705 
5 BI9X7O0 
S UH1X085 



DUFFERIN PARK RACING STATISTICS. 

The se<*ond of the 1913 mwtiugs of the Metroisdi- 
tan Uaeiiig .VssiK-iation, which oia-ned at IMitferin 
Park, Toronto, September O and eaine to a close 
S«'|>lemlier l.’l, embraiisl tin* usual seven da.vs of 
racing, during which $17.4IN) was distributed in 
purses among 79 owners, the following 45 of whom 
were winm-rs of i!210 and over: 



Owner. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Amt. 


Airhart. H. C 


4 


1 


o 


*825 


Lutz, Mrs. E 


3 


1 


2 


750 


Fraley, G 




1 


t 


r.45 


Walker, W 


•A 


2 


1 


(HO 


Piiikliaiii, J 


i 


.7 


1 


('•:;o 


Stiikin*. 1 


*2 


2 


2 


(>0O 


Beresford. F 


' •> 




1 


4.’H4 


Tate. J. W 




0 


1 


t.'S) 


Wells. T. H 


2 


0 


1 


1.51) 


Hamilton, W 


2 


O 


0 


420 


Whitehead, G 





o 


o 


420 


.\rtliur, J. W 


1 


1 


2 


:\7tit 


Dal.v, W. J 


1 


1 


() 


;ho 


Ray, C. W 


1 


2 


0 


3:!o 


.Martin, W. F 




2 


0 


3.30 


Craig, S. R 


1 


1 


1 


:{04 4 


Koulk. A. W 


1 


1 


1 


’MHt 


Hak. 1) 


1 


1 


1 


:mhi 


Laviii, J. II 


1 


1 


1 


:UM4 


Frey. .Mrs. W. H. 




4 


1 


2tM4 




1 


1 


0 


270 


Carter, R. D 


1 


o 




270 


Casey, W. V 


1 


1 


4) 


270 


Cli.s*k, T 


1 


1 




270 


I8*laney, P 


1 


1 


0 


270 


.MeReiliiiolid, E. ... 


1 


1 


0 


270 


Neiistadter. H 




1 


it 


270 


Siiimyside Stable . . 


1 


1 


{} 


•270 


Re.yiiolds, Mrs. 0. . 


1 


o 


1 


210 


Rvan, J 


1 


o 


1 


210 


Warner. H 


1 


o 


1 


210 


West. J. r 


1 


o 


1 


240 


.\ilaiiis. J. L 


1 


0 


41 


210 


Brosius, ('. E 


1 


0 


it 


210 


Ciiiiiliroii. i>. C. ... 




0 


it 


210 


r<Muiw G. B 


1 


o 


it 


210 


.MeElroy. J 


1 


0 


it 


210 




1 


0 


it 


210 


Milt*?;, J 


1 


o 


it 


2144 


Mulligan, Mrs. W. 


1 


o 


it 


210 


Scott. T 


1 


o 


it 


210 


Sniltli, E 


1 


o 


0 


210 


'I eniiy. C. E 

Viaii. .M. <) 


1 

1 


0 

0 


4) 

0 


210 

210 


Wagiiou, J. G 


1 


0 


it 


210 


Of 113 horses that 


were plaeisl. 


the 


following 51 


\yeri‘ winners of ?21(» 


and over: 








Horse. 


1st. 


2d. 


3(1. 


Amt. 


Yiiea 





0 


0 




Protagoras 


2 




1 


4.50 




2 


0 


0 


420 


Isnl.v Etna 




0 


0 


420 


Palma 


2 


0 


o 


4’20 


Herpes 




1 


it 


:!GO 


Curious 


1 


1 


2 


:{.'ai 


Brush 


1 


1 


it 


:’,4o 


Star .Vslilatid 


1 


2 


0 


:»:S4 4 


Janus 


1 


1 


1 


24 40 


•Miss Menard 


1 


1 


1 


24H4 


Bam Dance 


1 


1 


1 


:»4H4 


.Miss Duliu 


1 


1 


1 


24 H 4 


roisiou 


1 


o 


it 


2H!4 


Scarlet Pimpernel . . 


1 


1 

1 


it 


270 


Riiniinage 


1 


0 


’270 


.Spirella 


1 


1 


41 


*270 


.Me.Vndrews 


1 


1 


it 


•270 


Mon Ami 


1 


1 


it 


274 4 


iJagnaiit 


1 


1 


0 


270 


Booby 


1 


1 


0 


270 


Leialolia 


1 


o 


1 


24(1 


Lnngiis 


1 




1 


240 


.Mirdli 


1 


0 


1 


2 441 


PlliloiK*llH 


1 


0 


1 


240 


Pin-re Dumas 


1 


o 


1 


2 40 


Bavell Lutz 


1 


o 


it 


210 


Belie Chilton 


1 


o 


it 


•210 


C«>cil 


1 


o 


it 


210 


Dahomey Bov 


1 


0 


0 


210 




1 


0 


44 


210 


Fxealibiir 


1 


0 


0 


210 




1 


0 


44 


210 




1 


o 


it 


2144 




1 


o 


it 


210 


Irisli Kid 


1 


o 


0 


210 


I.a -Vnrora 


1 


0 


41 


210 


Laura 


1 




0 


210 


Lily Paxton 


1 


o 


4) 


214 4 




1 


0 


44 


2144 


Miss Edna Fenwick 


1 


o 


<4 


210 


.Miss Priniil.v 


1 


0 


it 


210 


Over thi* Sands 


1 


0 


it 


210 


3'aekle 


1 


o 


it 


210 


V. Powers 


i 


0 


0 


210 



Defeated at iHlds-on 1 

Percentage of winning favorites 35 

TOO MUCH ST. SIMON IN AUSTRALIA. 

The d<‘seemlanls jof St. Simon have met with 
such markeil sneeeis at the stiul that it is not 
surprising lli<*y have received iiartienlar alleidioii 
for m.jny years from .Viistralian tireeilers patroidzitiCl 
the English market. ,\ little wliile liaek nearly 
every slallion arriving from the old eomilry was 
either a son or grandson of St. Simon ami. though 
so far it laniiot la* said results liave given any 
cans** for complaint, .some of our hreeders have 
arrived at the i-onelusioii tliat It is iM>ssilde to have 
“tiMi milch of a good thing.” and are hieakiiig awa.v 
fi'om tills ]iartieiilar line. 

Tlierein they are ailoidiiig a wise eotirs*', for at 
the rate tliey are going in regard lo ,SI. Simon 
iiii|H>rlalions, it woiilil not liave lieen many year.; 
ere nearly i.ll of the tlioroviglilireds in New South 
Wales and Victoria would have had that sire’s 
name somewhere in llieir leiligree. Even as it is. 
more tlian half tin* youngsters nominated for llie 
Australian Jockey (’liil)’s iiii|iortant two and lhr<*e 
year-old races trace to St. Simon l•illler on lla* 
Iiatenial or inaternal side, and it is forliiiiale tlial 
tile danger of sm-li a laisition so impresseil .some 
of oiir lins*ders as to recently eanse Iheiii to turn 
to other strains when imiMirting stallions. 

Ill niiiiiiiig through the noiiiinations for the .\iis- 
traliali J<«-key Club Perhy i.f 1911, I tind that 
soiiielhiiig like one-third of the stallions repre- 
seiiied have St. Simon hlmal in their veins. In 
some cases the infusion is small. Iml still it is llii*re. 
Tlieii tli<*re are tlie iii-.ues to la* taken into e.iliiila 
lion, and I doiilit wlwther it winild la* an overestima 
lion to say that fully 1.8(» of :{:t9 entrants for next 
year’s .\iistraliaii .ba'key Club Derliy reiireseiil St. 
Simon Idiaai in some degret*. — Sydney Ueferee. 

KING’S ENLARGING INTEREST IN RACING. 

“niere can be little donid that tlie king lias an 
great a devotion for racing as liad liis revered 
father, and we are informed,” says tlie .Manelieater 
S|Nirtiiig Clironiele. “that in tlie eoiirst* of tin* next 
few months the royal (*staldishmenl at Newi.iarket 
will la* eonsideraldy enlarged. It may la* lliat Ills 
majesty will la* a piin-haser at tlie forllie.miing 
.vearliiig sales at Doncaster, while at least two 
Irisli tliiaoiighlireds will sliortly tie iiitrodii<*ed lo 
ills team. In all iirolavhility, iiai. his ina.lest.v will 
take a more active interest this winter in steeia;- 
ehasing. and tlie recent imrehase «if Twetftli T.aiKcr 
li.v Lord Marcus Beresford suggests tliat this ster- 
ling jiiiniMT may carry the royal colors.” 

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Aesterday’s Sp.*< ial, FLAMMARION, 30-1, seoond. 
and Wire. GOWELL. 205 100. Won. 

Room 1101, 327 South La Saile Street. Chicago, Dl. 

A'esterday’s Dally ran third. Form Special lost. 
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